Factsheet on the Social Model of Disability source: Inclusion London
A guide from Remploy on supporting disabled employees
A guide from CIPD on Neurodiversity at work
A guide produced by Leonard Cheshire on creating opportunities for people with learning disabilities.
What is a learning disability? A learning disability is a reduced intellectual ability and difficulty with everyday activities – for example household tasks, socialising or managing money – which affects someone for their whole life.
Graeme Whippy explores the value of carrying out independent exit interviews
Graeme Whippy explores IT Accessibility
A video from Purple about interviewing disabled candidates
The business case for employing disabled people
Aidan’s take on sight loss
Nasser Siabi, CEO of Microlink, talks about the company
The Different Thinking Styles of People with Autism (a personal view by Will van Zwanenberg)
Gathering Data. Taken from Secrets and Big News: Enabling people to be themselves at work, by Kate Nash OBE
Video of Evenbreak conference 2014 Evenbreak conf v2 x264 from Jane Hatton on Vimeo.
Dyslexia – A flavour of how it feels.
Dyspraxia – what is it?
What is mental ill health? (Mindful Employer).
Case Law – Disability and Stress.
Understanding how the onset of sight loss affects employment – full report.
Facts and figures on hearing loss, deafness and tinnitus (from Action on Hearing Loss)
Working with a lipspeaker.
Hidden Disadvantage – report from Action on Hearing Loss
At Lloyds Banking Group inclusion and diversity is central to building the best teams. Attracting a diverse range of talent is crucial to this and Evenbreak ensures that our vacancies are seen by disabled candidates with the skills we need
Louis Jameson, Group Disability Programme Lloyds Banking Group