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8th Annual Disability Lecture: Neurodiversity and Dyslexia

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This event is hosted by the Equality and Diversity section, the Disability Resource Centre and St. John's College

Dr Ross Cooper, Director of Dyslexia & Literacy Division at London Southbank University, and dyslexic himself, will be talking about Neurodiversity and the social model of dyslexia and discussing the impact of this model on support for people with dyslexia in higher education.

2010 brings us the DRC ’s 8th Annual Disability Lecture, which aims to celebrate disability and extend thinking on issues affecting disabled people and education. It is organised in conjunction with St John’s College, who are our hosts. Refreshments will be provided before the lecture. This event is free and all are welcome. The venue is fully wheelchair accessible and a BSL interpreter will be present.

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This talk is part of the Equality & Diversity Events series.

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