How can you drive inclusion for hidden disability?

How can you use technology to help drive inclusion for people that you cannot see?
What can we each do to support people with challenges across neurodiversity and mental health to make the workplace and online technology better on a daily basis?
Come to this session to discuss quick features with your email, meetings and general tips to support each other.

Megan Strant

Megan Strant

Organisational Change Consultant and MVP

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