How do we support inclusion in nursing (disability focus)? (1)
About the Course
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Although the NHS has policies, guidelines on Equality Diversity and Inclusion they are not adopted / implemented in a consistent way across Trusts and rarely known by but a few interested individuals.
Recent initiatives like the NHS Workforce Disability Equality Standard (WDES) and work by NHS Employers Diversity and Inclusion team continue to highlight barriers to disclosure of a disability with rates are very low and not a true representation of the number of nurses who have a disability.
Adopting Universal Design is a holistic approach that aims to best support everyone within an organisation by proactively reducing barriers. Universal Design reframes a bolt-on, problem-focused approach to disability and seeks to find the best solutions for everyone that supports a positive worker experience, recognises an individual’s skillsets, increases retention, and reduces attrition.
- Explore Universal Design for Learning as a proactive approach for inclusive practice which enable greater accessibility using some simple solutions
- To explore different terminology relating to inclusion such as equality, equity and intersectionality and reasonable adjustments
- To learn key facts about government grants - Access to Work and Disabled Students Allowances (DSA) – and how they can support inclusion
- Promote use of equipment, assistive technology, software and apps that are often recommended for people who have a disability in university as well as healthcare settings
- Identify national, NHS and Trust policies and guidelines that promote inclusion
About the Course Facilitators
Kerry and Andrew Pace from @DiverseLearners
Prior to becoming a registered nurse in 2004, Andrew Pace worked as a Communication Support Worker for Deaf children and adults in a wide range of settings, and teaching staff Deaf Awareness and basic sign language skills. Andrew worked as a mentor in Diverse Learners supporting healthcare students at university who have mental health issues or disabilities until taking timeout to complete a Masters in Public Health in Jan 2020.
Kerry Pace (prounouns are she/her) Founder of Diverse Learners, specialist Dyslexia and Dyspraxia teacher (aDShe QA27, Patoss IF5872)2018. Winner of Quality Assurance of Dyslexia Support, 7 Principles Award from the Association of Dyslexia Specialists in HE (aDShe). Advisory member of the teaching team, school of nursing and midwifery at Plymouth University. IAB member and reviewer for Nursing Education in PracticeEmployment consultant to Dyspraxia and DCD IrelandFab Ambassador
Kerry and Andrew met when training to be Communication Support Workers and have been married 26 years.
Find out more about Kerry and Andrew's work at http://www.Diverse-Learners.co.uk
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