Friday 24th June 2022
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We are delighted to announce ‘Neurodiversity: A New Paradigm’ – A Conference for Professionals on June 24th 2022.
Internationally renowned Leaders in industry and the public sector will share insights, best practice, innovation and technology that is transforming our economy, workplace and our culture in the rapidly changing technology-driven context of 21st Century UK.
Aimed at professionals from business, health, education and justice sectors, this event explores the ‘dynamic eco system’ in the workplace to optimise the opportunities created by the paradigm shift in ‘thinking differently’ about neurodiversity.
This an event for anyone interested in human potential and how we nurture and develop the talent, skills and creativity in UK PLC. This conference is brought to you by The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity in partnership with Lexxic Ltd and Do-IT Solutions Ltd.Brochure_Neurodiversity_A-New-Paradigm_Event
St. George’s Hall is situated opposite Liverpool Lime Street station, whilst Liverpool Central is just an 8-minute stroll away.
Once you have arrived at St. George’s Hall, you can then find us via the North Hall Entrance on William Brown Street, L3 8EL.
*The RMT national rail strike will take place over three days – 21, 23 and 25 June – but it is expected to cause disruption for at least six days. Please plan ahead to minimise disruption to your travel arrangements.
Take the M62 or M53 to Liverpool. At the end of the motorway head towards the city centre. On entering the city, follow signs directing towards Lime Street train station.
Please note: Although there is no onsite parking available for guests, there are a number of car parks in close proximity to St George’s Hall. The closest are:
Once you are parked, you can then find us via the North Hall Entrance on William Brown Street, L3 8EL.
More car parks are situated around Lime Street and can be viewed using the following link:
*There are a number of roadworks and development projects on Lime Street and other areas within Liverpool City Centre. Please allow ample time if you are travelling by car.
NORTH HALL ENTRANCE & ACCESS
Please note, the entrance to the Conference is situated on William Brown Street (near Steble Fountain and facing Walker Art Gallery). Ramped access and customer lifts are available for wheelchair users.
Our delegates will have access to a 20% discount at the Liverpool City Centre Hilton Hotel.
For more information contact Pauline.Crabtree@adhdfoundation.org.uk