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感谢所有参加我们2023年活动的人 ! Check back later this year for information on potential workplace and neurodiversity events happening in 2024. 
 

了解我们的年度信息,校园*夏季学院* 教育工作者(2023年6月26日至28日); 请参阅本页.

LANDMARK COLLEGE’S WORKPLACE LEARNING SERIES CONTINUES ONLINE WITH:

Workplace Neurodiversity: Supporting Employees with 注意力缺陷多动症, Learning Disabilities, and Autism

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招聘策略, 监督, 并留住熟练的神经多样性员工, including those with learning disabilities (such as 难语症), 注意力缺陷多动症, 自闭症, 以及其他学习差异.

2023年2月7日星期二上午10:45开始在线.m. – 3:45 p.m. 东部

日程安排一览

Time
事件
演讲者
10:45 – 11 a.m.
欢迎和登记
 
11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
主题演讲: 
"Building a Neurodiversity Hiring/就业 Initiative: Essential Components, 额外的注意事项 & 所需成本”

朱迪·赖利,MBA
Director I 神经多样性中心 and 就业 Innovation
康涅狄格大学沃斯研究所

12 – 12:15 p.m.
打破
 
12:15 – 1:15 p.m
"Executive Function: It's Not Just for Executives!  支持员工应对EF挑战”
里克·布里克博士.D.,
高级主管, 具有里程碑意义的大学 Institute for 研究 and 培训
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.
"Americans with Disabilities Act Accommodation Requests: How to Mitigate Risk and Support an Inclusive Workplace"
Paula McMahon, Ed.D, crc, actp
Chair and Assistant Professor, College of Health Professions and Science, 
MSU-Billings 
2:30 – 2:45 p.m.
打破
 
2:45 - 3:45 p.m.
“关注神经多样性员工:
个人经历与策略”
神经多样性员工小组; 
科普兰1月, 职业介绍所主任 具有里程碑意义的大学

定价:

每人99美元 

$35 具有里程碑意义的大学 alumni (Graduates of associate or bachelor’s degree or postbaccalaureate certificate program)

不能参加现场? A recording of the event will be made available to watch (until February 21) for all registrants completing payment before February 7. 


必不可少的:

  • 主管及部门经理
  • 人力资源专业人士
  • Career Services and Internship Program Coordinators
  • 多样性和包容性协调员
  • 员工资源组组长
  • 和更多的!

会议上

  • 时间:

    2月7日,周二,上午11点开始.m. – 12 p.m. 东部

    描述:

    The idea of creating inclusive employment opportunities for adults with 自闭症, 注意力缺陷多动症, 难语症, 以及其他学习差异 continues to gain momentum with employers of all types. But as practitioners attempt to operationalize this idea, they are finding it challenging to design and implement a strategy for their organization. 从哪里开始? 谁需要参与进来? 要花多少钱?

    朱迪·赖利, Director of UConn’s 神经多样性中心 and 就业 Innovation (CNDEI), will provide participants with a practical “roadmap” employers can use to take a Neurodiversity Hiring Initiative from concept to execution as well as guide them in accessing the information and resources they need along the way.

    推荐者:

    朱迪·赖利,MBA
    Director, 神经多样性中心 and 就业 Innovation
    康涅狄格大学沃斯研究所

    康涅狄格大学沃思学院

  • 时间:

    2月7日,星期二,下午12:15 - 1:15.m. 东部

    描述:

    Much like the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) oversees a corporation, the executive function (EF) system of the brain handles duties related to 监督 and monitoring our cognitive (“thought”) processes. This includes processing information needed for the task at hand, allocating attention (including switching between thoughts), and suppressing distractions (needed for prioritizing tasks). It is thus a crucial system required for all job duties; but just like the CEO, 要处理和监督的事情太多了, 而且(这两个)系统有时都需要帮助. This session will provide a brief overview of the critical components of executive function and how it helps us effectively accomplish tasks. It will then outline general principles and concrete strategies supervisors can use to support employee executive function.  

    推荐者:

    里克·布里克博士.D.,

    (他/他)
    高级主管,
    具有里程碑意义的大学 Institute for 研究 and 培训

  • 时间:

    2月7日,星期二,下午1:30 - 2:30.m. 东部

    描述:

    Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires employers to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified applicants and employees with a disability. In this workshop we will review Title I of the ADA, 互动过程, and how to successfully navigate accommodation requests. There will be group discussions and case scenarios.

    推荐者:

    Paula McMahon, Ed.D, crc, actp
    (她/她)
    Chair and Assistant Professor, College of Health Professions and Science
    蒙大拿州立大学比林斯分校 

  • 时间:

    2月7日,星期二,下午2:45 - 3:45.m. 东部

    描述:

    Hearing the stories of neurodivergent employees is usually the best way for employers and supervisors to understand the unique needs of these workers and to capitalize on their strengths.  This panel discussion will afford attendees the opportunity to learn from varied employees’ experiences and ask them questions.

    主持人:

    神经多样性员工小组;
    由 科普兰1月,
    职业介绍所主任
    具有里程碑意义的大学

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