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Students invited to j​​​​​oin Access King’s in celebrating UK Disability History Month

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​​​​​​​UK Disability History Month takes place from Wednesday 16 November – Friday 16 December 2022, and this year's theme is 'Disability, Health and Wellbeing'.

Access King’s, the King's staff disability inclusion network, are promoting a number of events across the month and would like to invite students to the below sessions.

For information on disability support for students at King's please visit Student Services Online.

Legal Ease webinar: The Equality Act 2010, what is a disability?

Thursday 10 November, 10.00 – 11.00

Join Bela Gor, Head of Legal & Content and Emily Jackson, Senior Business Partner, at Business Disability Forum for an in-depth exploration of the legal definition of disability.

Find out more and book your place on the Access King’s site.

Connecting with Charities: Disability, Health & Wellbeing

Tuesday 22 November, 13.00 – 14.00

If you would like to take action and volunteer, sign up for Connecting with Charities: Disability, Health & Wellbeing, a King's Volunteering webinar, to hear from three brilliant community partners who work to support people living with disabilities, additional needs and serious health conditions and find out how you can make a difference by being a part of their work.

Find out more and register online.

Learn more about AccessAble

Wednesday 23 November 23, 10.00 – 11.00

An online session with David Waterman, the new AccessAble account manager for King’s.

David will share what AccessAble is, where to find it, and how to use it to navigate our five campuses. This will be followed by a Q&A session where you can ask questions and learn more about all that AccessAble provides.

Book your place on the Access King’s site.

Creating a disability smart world together global conference

Thursday 1 December, 10.00 – 1.00 / 14.00 – 17.00

The conference will run in the morning and afternoon so you can join in wherever you are in the world.

Sessions include:

  • Lost in translation? A global guide to the language of disability
  • Navigating the language of loss – a global perspective
  • How are you feeling? Checking in on the mental health and wellbeing of your global workforce

Find out more and book your place on the Access King’s site.