Webinars

Check out our upcoming and on-demand webinars with accessibility, edtech and industry experts.

  • Diverse minds, inclusive solutions: Tools to unlock all potential


    20% of people worldwide have a neurodiverse condition such as Dyslexia, Autism, ADHD and Dyspraxia….. but 76% won't fully disclose this at work. Not everyone feels comfortable and confident to reveal this part of themselves in the workplace. With this in mind, how can we empower every piece of our employees personality and potential to shine?

    In this webinar, you'll hear from two leading inclusion experts. They will discuss the value neurodivergent thinking brings to the workplace and how to support and empower employees using Read&Write, Texthelp's inclusive technology toolbar.


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  • Improving Literacy for Every Ohio Learner



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  • Practical UDL: Steps to strengthen your UDL classroom



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  • Organization-Wide Inclusion & Accessibility. Everyone Plays a Part


    We live in a diverse society. In fact, 1 in 4 adults in the US have a disability. 1 in 5 people worldwide are neurodivergent. Successful organizations are increasingly recognizing the benefits of organization-wide accessibility - for their employees, customers and their business.

    In this webinar, hosted by EARN (Employer Assistance and Resource Network on Disability Inclusion) you'll hear from two inclusion experts on what it means to be accessible and inclusive of staff with disabilities, both inside and outside the workplace. Take away actionable steps that can help you to improve accessibility across your whole organization, whether it's large or small. Discover advice to help you address the accessibility of external facing content, such as your company website.

    Whether you're already leading the way for accessibility, or are just at the beginning of the journey this webinar can benefit you.


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  • MEI Conference 2023: Takeaways and highlights



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  • Understanding Developmental Dyscalculia — 5 strategies from a Psychologist



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