Free Courses on Supporting Neurodiversity


Following on from previous successful sessions, we are offering further free Neurodiversity training courses.

The new dates are:

  • 14th October – 100th Elvetham Heath – Odiham, GU51 1GX
  • 28th October – 1st Denmead – Hawk, PO7 6JU
  • 18th November – 8th Alton, Rotherfield, GU34 2NB
  • 2nd Dec – Ferny Crofts, SO42 7YQ

The course is provided by Ellie Hunt. Ellie is a neurodivergent neurodiversity advocate, with lived experience of autism and ADHD, and a teacher with 20 years experience working to support access and equity for young people with a wide range of differences that create barriers to education.

The day will look at what neurodivergence is, covering autism, ADHD and specific learning differences like dyslexia, how these might present themselves when at Scouts and how we can make reasonable adjustments to avoid what others may potentially see as challenging behaviours. 

All courses to run from 10:30am until 3:30pm & a light lunch will be provided, however our ability to cater to dietary requirements is limited to vegetarian only, so unfortunately if anyone has any further food intolerances, they will need to cater for themselves.

Booking is first-come-first-served by emailing Kelly Taylor and you can also notify her of any additional needs the organisers need to be aware of.

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