Disability Awearness 
Training 

Work through difficulties and enforce a change in behaviour and attitude, to bring awareness and a more positive perspective in the workplace.

What is it?
A Disability Awareness Training session is a 3-hour workshop for up to 10 individuals with one of our Psychologists and Disability Ambassadors. This takes place in the client’s place of work and is for the client, and their colleagues, managers, and/or HR. The session aims to aid in a paradigm shift in attitudes towards disabilities in the workplace and begin the formation of a positive and supportive working environment, as well as teaching those about a range of support solutions and reasonable adjustments that could be implemented.

The session lasts three hours and is in a workshop format. There are group activities, games, interactions, and question opportunities to make it a wholly holistic learning experience.


The psychologist aims to challenge your beliefs and perceptions and provide a safe and judgment-free area to discuss all aspects of a disability. 
Sessions could cover:
  • Neurodiversities (Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, ADHD and Autism - either individually or together
  • Mental Health
  • Vision Loss
  • Hearing Loss
  • Neurological Conditions (e.g. Multiple Sclerosis, Strokes, Epilepsy, and TBI/ABI
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME), Fibromyalgia,and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
  • Ergonomic pain, Fatigue and Mobility
  • *Bespoke sessionscan alsobe requested by the client

DIT
Training

Working through difficulties and enforcing a change in behaviour and attitude, to bring a more positive perspective.

What is it?
Working through difficulties and enforcing a change in behaviour and attitude, to bring a more positive perspective, is the goal of DIT sessions. These 90-minute intense one-to-one solutions forced sessions to aim to help the client to understand their capacity at work, their internal strength and resilience, and the wider impact of working with a disability or health condition. Developing this through an understanding of their condition and its impact will help the client to more accurately create and engage with strategies to aid themselves at work building a positive mentality and evaluating their difficulties in a new light, enabling clients to adjust in the workplace. 
 
For many people who have been diagnosed with a disability, there is often the fear of a change in lifestyle or wellbeing due to the nature of their condition. This can be because of the feeling of ‘sticky labels’, where someone worries about being defined as their impairments. DIT, or Disability Impact Training, aims to challenge these thoughts and perceptions and provide a strong base for mental health resilience, acting as a foundation from which the client can then progress. 
 
Disability Impact Training aims to help the client to come to terms with their disability and how it impacts their life and workplace. Although session content will be bespoke, co-created by the client and the facilitator, they may draw upon mindfulness, cognitive-behavioural approaches, techniques derived from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, goal planning, and solution-focused practices. 
 
Disability Impact Training supports the individual to self-manage their disability at work. This is especially beneficial for those who have recently become disabled (or been diagnosed), those who have multiple or comorbid conditions, and those who have a chronic or fluctuating illness
 
Sessions may include:

  • Neurodiverities (Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, ADHD and Autism - either individually or together)
  • Mental Health
  • Vision Loss
  • Hearing Loss
  • Neurological Conditions (e.e. Multiple Sclerosis, Strokes, Epilepsy and TBI/ABI)
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME), Fibromyalgia and Ehlers-Fanlos Syndrome
  • Ergonomic Pain, Fatigue and Mobility