Webinars for disabled & neurodiverse students

EmployAbility are holding weekly 45 minute webinars in order to support disabled students who require help to get started. Specifically, these sessions are aimed at disabled students, with regular sessions until at least mid-May.

29th April, 2pm: Your Rights: Privacy and Adjustments (Replay available soon)

6th May, 2pm: Open Q & A: Your Disability and Employment Questions Answered

Please click the link below to join the webinar: 
Password: 037305

13th May, 2pm: Adjustments in the Context of COVID-19

Please click the link below to join the webinar: 
Password: 193025

20th May, 2pm: Tips for Interviews: Focus on Autism & Neurodiversity

Please click the link below to join the webinar: 
Password: 191240


6 thoughts on “Webinars for disabled & neurodiverse students

  1. Thanks for sharing this however the links go to Kings College Target Connect so our students wouldn’t be able to log in. They are not listed on the EmployAbility events calendar either and the Zoom link has expired can you look into this and share links our students could access please.

    Many thanks


    1. Hi Anna,

      Thanks for your message – we’ve received the links for the rest of the webinars this evening from EmployAbility and have updated these. A link to a reply of today’s webinar will be added once we receive it.


  2. hi there. I write a blog about my book which contains my memoirs about growing up with undiagnosed autism. Today’s post is about being misunderstood. I hope you stop by.
    P.S. I wish I would have had services like these when I was younger, I would have finished college with the right support system in place.

    1. Thanks for commenting Marc – I’ll have a look at your blog.

      Hope all is well with you

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