Best Practice for Disability Inclusive Workplaces – Videos

12 important takeaways for HR Professionals and senior management

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The following videos offer some important takeaways regarding accessibility and inclusion in the workplace. They are bitesize tips from Martyn Sibley of Disability Horizons, Jane Hatton of Evenbreak, Toby Mildon, Steven Mifsud of Direct Access, Mary Wilcox of Claro and our own Mark Woodward.

Martyn Sibley, Disability Horizons

Martyn Sibley appearing at the Iansyst conference introduces himself and explains the concept of the social model of disability and begins to explain some of the effects of those barriers on the self-esteem and confidence of individuals.

Martyn Sibley appearing at the Iansyst conference talks about his career and how it has given him a chance to influence and give back to society.

Jane Hatton, Evenbreak

Jane Hatton the director of EvenBreak, appearing at the Iansyst conference, introduces herself and talks about some of the reasons why employing disabled people makes good sense.

Jane Hatton appearing at the Iansyst conference explains why businesses should try to reflect the people that they serve. She goes on to explain just some of the additional skills disabled people can bring to the workplace.

Toby Mildon, Diversity & Inclusion Consultant

Toby Mildon appearing at Iansyst conference introduces himself and explains a little about his work in diversity and inclusion.

Toby Mildon appearing at the Iansyst conference gives some practical advice on how to achieve an inclusive workspace through facilitating workplace adjustments in the most effective manner.

Steven Mifsud, Direct Access Consultancy 

Steven Mifsud appearing at the Iansyst conference introduces himself and his company Direct Access Consultancy with a short video presentation.

Steven Mifsud appearing at the Iansyst conference exposes the myth that people with accessible needs only refers to wheelchair users and demonstrates the large number of hidden disabilities that exist. He goes on to explain what is involved in an access audit.

Mary Wilcox, Claro Software 

Mary Wilcox, appearing at the Iansyst conference, introduces herself and explains a little bit about how Claro software works by demonstrating one of the many voices available using the software.

Mary Wilcox, appearing at the Iansyst conference, explains and demonstrates how the spellcheck function of the Claro read software have been designed specifically with dyslexia in mind. She also explains that the quality of speech synthesis along with word recognition means the software is more likely to understand the context of sentences and use the correct pronunciation.

Mark Woodward, Iansyst

Mark Woodward, appearing at the Iansyst conference, introduces himself and explains how his work as a dyslexia coach with Iansyst can help individuals coping with dyslexia to perform more effectively at work through a collaborative one-on-one process.

Mark Woodward, appearing at the Iansyst conference, begins by outlining some of the preconceptions about dyslexia coaching. He goes on to explain his process and shows how progress is made through collaboration.

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