EVENT SUSPENDED – Please note this event is no longer taking place and will be rescheduled for later in the year. Delegates booked onto this event will be contacted by the event organiser with more information.
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The built environment should provide a fair and comfortable environment for everyone to live their lives, regardless of any disabilities they have. This includes hidden disabilities such as autism, dementia and other mental health conditions. To mark National Autism Awareness Day (02 April) the aim of this event is to raise awareness around hidden disabilities and the requirements of taking inclusivity and accessibility for all into account. It is aimed at those working in the built environment and healthcare professions to understand their role in creating better environments for people living with conditions that may not be visible to everyone.
- Sue Manns (RTPI President and Champion on Diversity and Inclusivity)
- TfGM (speaker tbc)
- Gaynah Butler (Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership)
- James Millington (BDP's Landscape Architect Director)
- Alex Manners (TV & Radio Presenter and Asperger's Champion)
Kindly sponsored by BDP