Supported by BASW. If you are a social worker with neurodivergent traits, come and join us, let’s be the change and make our workplace neuro-inclusive! This vibrant, active SIG meets online, usually on MS Teams, on the last Tuesday of every month, 7pm till 8.30pm.
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Taster session available for non-members of BASW.* If you are not a BASW member, there is usually a small admin fee to pay when you register. However, if as a non-member you are keen to learn more about the benefits of membership and receive updates on the valuable work we do, you are most welcome to SIGN UP HERE to our communication updates. When you sign up, you’ll automatically receive a registration code that can be used to waive the admin fee. *Subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply.
Neurodivergent Students, NQ and ASYE social workers
A sub-group of the Neurodivergent Social Workers Special Interest Group, (NSW SIG) for Social Workers and professionals within social care.
A safe community space for neurodivergent (ND) student social workers, ASYE and newly qualified social workers (NQSW) in the UK.
Who is it for?
For neurodivergent (ND) student social workers, ASYE and newly qualified social workers (NQSW) in the UK.
What do we do?
A couple of us who are social work educators facilitate the sessions but essentially it's a student-led safe space to reflect, ask questions, share ideas or whatever is needed!
When is it held?
Next meeting is Tuesday 5th December, starting at 6.30pm but join when you can. We finish around 8 (in ND time, that is, so definitely an approximate!). You can register for the meeting by clicking on the date above and following the link.
How do I get more info?
If you have any questions, in the first instance please contact Helen Randle on firstname.lastname@example.org