Neurodiversity and Employment Talk (Hatfield)

Tuesday 23rd April 2024, 10.30am to 1pm including a light lunch and refreshments. Louis Sanford shares his experience of the world of work as a Neurodiverse individual.

Neurodiversity and Employment Talk (Hatfield)

  • Tuesday 23rd April 2024, 10.30am to 1pm including a light lunch and refreshments.

    Are you supporting a young Autistic person or someone with ADHD? Are you wondering how entering the working environment might be for them? Would you like to hear what it was like directly from someone with neurodiversity? Carers in Hertfordshire are organising two talks (one in person and one lunchtime zoom event) on Neurodiversity and Employment.

    Louis Sanford shares his experience of the world of work as a Neurodiverse individual. Louis is currently a programme manager working across the NHS, Social Care, and voluntary sector improving services for people with Severe Mental Illness, Learning Disabilities and Autism; and provides insightful reflections and relatable anecdotes for some of the 31 jobs he has had up to the age of 25, what it means to himself accepting his own Neurodiversity today, and what it means for him as a parent of two neurodiverse children.

    This event is also being run in-person on Tuesday 19th March 2024please only attend one.

Birchwood Leisure Centre, Longmead, Hatfield, AL10 0AN Directions