AEP Annual Conference 2022

We hope you found this year’s annual conference just as rewarding, inspiring (and fun) as we did! It was a truly special experience to be surrounded by colleagues in person once again, and come together to celebrate and share some of the best work in the profession. You made the conference what it was – whether you presented, spoke or attended, so thank you for coming and contributing your voice.

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Why High-Quality Equipment Is Important For Providing Good Education

To provide good education, schools need high-quality equipment, and this is especially true for subjects like science and math, which require specialized tools and machines to be taught effectively.

Let’s look at the six reasons why high-quality equipment should be a priority for schools and teachers when it comes to providing quality education.

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Is There Unequal Healthcare for Disabled Patients?

In this article, we’ll explore whether there is inequality in healthcare when it comes to disabled patients…

Health inequalities are unfair and avoidable differences in people’s health across the population. Recent studies have found that disabled patients are among those that are less likely to have their needs met and not receive the same access to healthcare as able-bodied people do. It’s important that if you or a loved one has experienced medical neglect, you look into making a claim for medical negligence. 

In this article, we’ll be exploring the challenges disabled patients face, as well as improvements the health sector could adopt for a more just healthcare system. 

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UK Disability History Month

16th November to 16th December

Launch Theme: Disability, Health and Well-Being

    7 pm GMT to 8.40 pm Thursday 17th November 2022

Chair: Richard Rieser

Daniel Kebede: NEU Past President

Debs Williams: CEO Broadcasters’ Network

Richard Rieser: UKDHM Coordinator

Linda Burnip: Co-founder Disabled People Against the Cuts (DPAC)

Jon Luxton: Disability Equality Adviser to Welsh Government

Ellen Clifford: Author of ‘War on Disabled People’

Andrew Lee: Director of People First (National)

Alison Wide, Anis Akhtar, Ruth Malkin: Community Curators of Manchester People’s History Museum Exhibition “Nothing About Us Without Us”

Dolly Sen: Mental Health Survivor, Artist, Researcher

Colin Barnes: Author, ex Head of Leeds University Disability Research Unit

To join the online launch: email your interest to  callumrussell@crconsultancy.org 

You will be sent the zoom link 24 hours before the event. 

Please include name, telephone number and any relevant organisation. We will be producing resources to raise the theme in your workplace, college or school before the launch. See website www.ukdhm.org 

Film of launch event will go up on website.

Richard Rieser    Coordinator UKDHM    rlrieser@gmail.com 

 

We specialise in autism in mainstream schools, inclusion of students with disabilities, education psychology, autism education, community building and training on inclusion.

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How to Write an Application Essay to get into the College of your Dreams

The majority of all schoolers intend to continue their learning and go for higher education. They dream of getting into definite colleges. This task is very competitive because thousands of other students will apply together with you. Every stage of a college application is crucial. One of the most crucial and complicated parts is writing a college admissions essay.

This is a unique piece of writing that surely differs from a standard essay. It is not research on a definite topic. It is a story about you. It’s necessary to convince the members of the admission committee that you are a worthy asset to their college. You will require advanced writing skills. In case you aren’t sure you can cope with this responsible task properly, read our ultimate guide. It clarifies how to write a college essay to get into the college of your dreams.

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Planning to Make a Career in Software Testing? Here’s What You Should Know

Are you thinking of making a career in software testing? It is a great field to be in, and there are many opportunities available. But before you make the decision, it is important to understand what the job entails. This article will discuss some of the key things you need to know about working as a software tester. It will also provide advice on how to get started in this career field. So if you are interested in learning more, keep reading!

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