Hidden Disabilities (dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism and ADHD) – a Practical Seminar – 21 September 2017 - 1230 TWC

Hidden Disabilities (dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism and ADHD) – a Practical Seminar – 21 September 2017

Jenna Ide and Meredith Hurst will be speaking along with a barrister, Peter Oldham QC. Cost is just £25 plus VAT.

The seminar is aimed at senior HR managers and directors.

My colleague, Jenna Ide represented the dyslexic employee, Ms Kumulchew, in her successful case against Starbucks, which you may have seen in the BBC news last year (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-35521061).

The details for this seminar can be found at the following link: http://www.thomasmansfield.com/blog/posts/hidden-disabilities-a-practical-seminar-on-21-september-2017

Please feel free to read Jenna Ide’s article on “Hidden Disabilities” which was recently published in the Employment Solicitor Magazine (http://www.employmentsolicitor.com/hidden-disabilities-employers-need-know/), which may help to give you a flavour of why it is important for employers to take special care when it comes to dealing with employees with “hidden disabilities”.

If you would like to book any places at the seminar, please feel free to drop me, Susi Gillespie an email or let me know if you have any questions.

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About the Author Susi Gillespie

Susi Gillespie is a results driven family lawyer with more than 10 years’ experience. Susi worked in a Legal 500 regional firm from qualification until 2016 and has now joined Thomas Mansfield upon them opening their doors to Family Law clients. Susi is a trained Collaborative Lawyer which means that she is able to offer her clients an alternative method of dispute resolution from the traditional adversarial approach. Collaborative Law provides a means of achieving family led solutions in a non- confrontational way by agreement and discussion in several client/lawyer meetings. Susi is also a keen advocate and has Higher Rights of Audience for those cases that (now exceptionally) cannot be kept away from the court arena.

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