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Disability Staff Network Podcast: Neurodiversity with Dr Daniel Poole

In this episode of the Disability Staff Network Podcast, we present the full recording of our discussion with Dr Daniel Poole. We covered a range of topics relating to Neurodiversity, including…

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Disability Equality Module Intro Video

Brendan Stone gives an introduction to the Disability Equality Module.

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Hybrid Working Podcast_mix

In this special one-off podcast episode from the Disability Staff Network, Dr Kirsty Liddiard, from the School of Education and iHuman, explores the legacies of Covid-19 and employment during what is…

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Disability Equality Strategy and Action Plan

Vice Chancellor Koen Lamberts gives an introduction to the University of Sheffield's new Disability Equality Strategy and Action Plan.

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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research #8 Dr Liz Croot and guests - Doing Research with People with Learning Disabilities

People with learning disabilities have poorer health and shorter life expectancy, differences that are, to some degree, avoidable.About this EventPeople with learning disabilities have poorer health…

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Disability and Other Human Questions

Dan Goodley gives an introduction to his new book published by Emerald

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Top tips: Disability

University of Sheffield students share their top tips for disabled students

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Disclosing your disability

University of Sheffield students share their experience of disclosing a disability

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Reasonable Adjustments

Three University of Sheffield students share their experiences of receiving adjustments while studying, during the application process and at the job.

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Disability and your career

Video Transcript: The Careers Service offers support to all students during their time at university and for up to 3 years after graduation and this covers a wide range of careers related…

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Using mind Control to Empower Those With Disabilities

In October 2016, Switzerland hosted the world’s first Cybathlon, where pilots with severe physical disabilities competed using advanced assistive technologies. The Cybathlon provides a…

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Working with Disabled Children and Young People

With our new understanding of the different models associated with disability, we’ll now meet Helen Woolley and Dr. Pippa Murray. Working as academics and practitioners they highlight some of…

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Play, Disability and the Outdoor Environment

In this video we will discover how organisations in Sheffield are providing safe spaces for disabled children to connect with nature. The first part of this video takes place at the Blooming Autism…

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What Does Blindness Mean for Play?

In this video we meet Dr Rod Michalko from the University of Toronto, Canada, who will tell us a story which asks us to think about what blindness means to a blind child and their experience of play.

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Second Life and Disability

Sheila Yoshikawa discusses how Second Life has created a hospitable environment for people with disabilities. She talks with Alice Krueger, President of Virtual Ability Inc. and founder of Virtual…

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