Fri, 22 Apr|
Parent Blame in Education, Health and Social Care with Tanya Adkin
Tanya will discuss parent blame in education, health and social care from her perspective as a professional advocate and an Autistic parent.
Time & Location
22 Apr 2022, 19:00 – 20:00
About the Event
Join us for a conversation on parent blame in education, health and social care with Autistic children's and Young Persons advocate Tanya Adkin.
As a late identified Autistic/ADHD adult, a parent to two children with multiple neurodivergence, and a professional working within the voluntary sector from a young age, Tanya has unique insight from multiple perspectives.
Tanya has worked within the voluntary sector, starting within the disabled children's service, progressing on to mental health, healthcare funding, youth services, domestic abuse, and much more.
For the last six years, Tanya has developed a specific interest, personally and professionally in special educational needs and disabilities. Particularly around neurodivergence and the challenges faced by families when trying to access support.
Tanya is dedicated to educating in neurodivergent experience in order to help families thrive by providing insight, reframing, and perspective in an accessible and personable way.
Fully funded tickets are available to Autistic parents in the UK.
Professional tickets £15 (include an attendance certificate).
You do not have to be a professional to purchase this ticket.
Donations & Payments will be spent on paying speakers for our events which will always be free for Autistic parents in the UK. The recording will be made available to ticket holders after the event.
The recording will be sent out to all attendees after the event.