This event is hosted by the Oregon OD Network. Members of ODNNY can get in free--email firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration code.
As workplaces become dedicated to cognitive diversity, where their employees bring diverse skillsets to the table, it is important to recognize neurodiversity as another key element that distinguishes people. Neurodiversity looks at how the brain processes information and stimuli differently, so individuals may require varying levels of support, assistance, or accommodation. Workplaces can ensure that neuro-diverse employees receive equal support as their neuro-typical peers. Join us for an evening to learn more about neurodiversity, how to increase workplace accommodation, and discuss how to best support neurodiverse individuals in ever-evolving diverse workplaces.
About DJ Jaeger
DJ is an Instructional Designer who works as a technical architect for cybersecurity software developer, Akamai Technologies; she also owns Lightbulb Learning, an instructional design consulting company. DJ focuses on inclusive learning strategies that she has refined and implemented over the last 10 years in her previous work as a content developer and trainer across the healthcare, finance, technology, and retail industries. To learn more about her work and services offered, visit www.lightbulblearningpdx.com
Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Time: 4 - 5:30 pm PST
Location: Virtual via Zoom. Log in instructions sent out to registrants the day of the event. Please note that there is no technical support for this event. Check your audio and video prior to joining the meeting.
Cost: $10 Chapter members and Partner Organizations (ATD, ICF, PHRMA); $25 others.
Register: Through Eventbrite. Online registration available until noon the day of the event. Limited to 100 participants.
This program may be recorded. If so, a link to the video will be sent out to registrants only.