This Weeks Top Dyslexia & Dyscalculia Events

Enabling Inclusive and Accessible Workplace Strategies

September 20th @ 9:45 am3:00 pm

“Enabling Inclusive and Accessible Workplace Strategies” will be a conference providing HR, Customer Services Professionals and Business Managers with guidance on how to make a Disability Confident workplace, what provisions are available to support disabled employees and thereby how to promote corporate social responsibility. Consider how your organisation can remove physical, cultural and digital accessibility barriers that will also generate improvements for external stakeholders and customers.


  • Martyn Sibley, Disability Horizons – Overcoming Barriers to Create Inclusive and Accessible Strategies for Businesses
  • Jane Hatton, EvenBreak – Diversity Talent Acquisition, broaden the Opportunities to reach your Future Employee Stars
  • Lizanne Visagie, Nationwide – Delivering Effective Workplace Adjustments for Disabled Staff
  • Steven Mifsud, Direct Access – An Action Plan for Accessible Workplace Environments for all
  • Mark Woodward, Senior Consultant, iansyst Ltd – Supporting individuals through Coaching Strategies and Assistive Technology

Our speakers will be covering topics such as: Disability awareness, Workplace accessibility, Diversity Recruitment approaches, Workplace Adjustments and developing strategies that help both staff and customers. Through our experienced speakers, we hope businesses in Cambridge and beyond can build on their existing workplace practices to support disabled people.

Registration fee is at the subsidised rate of £25 plus VAT. This will include entry to all seminars, lunch and refreshments and a CPD Ceritficate.

To get your ticket to this event, please go to their Eventbrite page. And if you have any questions, please email or ring 01223 420 101.


Dyslexia Fair

September 22nd @ 10:00 am4:00 pm

This September, Bell House is hosting its inaugural dyslexia fair. A day dedicated to raising awareness and a chance for families to meet specialist suppliers, publishers, technological innovators and educators.

There will be stalls where you can try out different products designed to aid dyslexic learning and talk to specialists who have tips’n’tricks ready to help.

Throughout the day, there will be a timetable of interactive workshops suitable for children, teenagers and parents.

If you would like a stall at the fair, or would like to volunteer at the event, please email


International Day of Sign Languages

September 23rd

The first International Day of Sign Languages will be celebrated on 23 September 2018 as part of the International Week of the Deaf.

World Federation of the Deaf President Colin Allen: ‘This resolution recognises the importance of sign language and services in sign language being available to deaf people as early in life as possible. It also emphasises the principle of “nothing about us without us” in terms of working with Deaf Communities. With effect from year 2018, the WFD is overjoyed at the prospect of observing and celebrating this day annually.’

The International Week of the Deaf was first celebrated in September 1958 and has since evolved into a global movement of deaf unity and concerted advocacy to raise awareness of the issues deaf people face in their everyday lives. The WFD strongly believes that the present United Nations resolution is a valuable extension of this tradition and has the potential to increase the understanding of United Nations member states, the private sector and the United Nations’ system in closing existing gaps in the achievement of human rights for deaf people.

The WFD extends its heartfelt gratitude to the Permanent Mission of Antigua and Barbuda for its forthrightness, collaborative effort and support shown towards achieving this significant milestone for the global Deaf Community. This appreciation is extended to all co-sponsors and countries that supported the resolution.


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