How do you prepare your interpreters, tour guides, and educators to support neurodiverse students and audiences? We have a new module that can help.
Through our careers, Barbara and I have met and associated with many diverse professionals with expertise and presenting skill. One of them has recently developed a presentation that will be of interest to many museums and heritage sites in their training.
You can book this 1 hour (45 minutes with time for questions) through our website, and ensure that your heritage site is open to all.
OPEN TO ALL: Tools for Inclusivity and Accessibility
for Neurodiverse Audiences in Heritage Interpretation
Presenter: Joshua Carlson
Length: 45 minutes to an hour (with time for questions)
Recommended audience: 4-20 persons
Delivered via: Zoom, Google Meets.
Inclusion is not just about learners with special needs. It is an attitude and approach that embraces diversity and learner differences and promotes equal opportunities for all learners. How can your team better meet the needs of children with autism, ADHD, or other challenges? This presentation will provide an introduction to the principles of Universal Design Learning and give some tools for creating great guest experiences for neurodiverse individuals and groups. Presented by Joshua Carlson.