Beth Radulski has extensive expertise in Neurodiversity. She conducts research, advocacy, and activist work to build better understandings of Neurodiversity as it relates to the self, schooling, workplace, and social life. Beth works with schools, universities, and businesses, alongside individuals and families, to promote Neurodiversity acceptance and accessibility.
Beth can work with individuals, families, businesses, or schools anywhere in the world via video conferencing.
Project pricing is by negotiation on a case-by-case basis.
Individual and family support is competitively priced with hourly rates.
Beth is frequently an invited guest or keynote speaker for events on Neurodiversity, Autism, Disability, and Accessible practices. Her talks range from research-based, to advocacy and activism.
Her recent speaking engagements include:
-La Trobe University Incl(us)ion Forum 2020
-Genazzano Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2020
-RMIT Autism in Academia (forthcoming) 2020
-Melbourne Free University 2019
-La Trobe Law School Seminar Series 2019
Beth offers advising and consulting across a variety of sectors. Ranging from research project design to education and workplace accessibility, and event planning, Beth's expertise has widespread benefits.
Some of her consulting experience to-date includes:
-Consulting on Neurodiversity Hub (Untapped)
-Neurodiversity accessible event / conference planning
-Advising on Disability policy
-Developing materials on workplace accessibility
-Creating Neurodiversity resources for the public
Beth develops and delivers Neurodiversity Ally and Accessibility training programs for businesses, schools, and universities. She is an experienced teacher with over 15 years' experience ranging from coaching, to tutoring, to university lecturing and professional development workshop delivery. As an Autism researcher and qualified sociologist, Beth offers unique expertise.
During her training sessions, Beth creates a welcoming environment which encourages participants to share and compare their existing knowledge of Neurodiversity, before building on this foundation by encouraging a Strengths-Based approach. With training sessions informed by the latest scientific research, alongside Beth's lived experience as an Autistic person, people describe Beth's training as "fundamentally changing" their views on Neurodiversity, inclusion, and equality.
Her experience to-date includes: -Teacher training for Neurodiverse student cohorts
-Cultural Sensitivity training in the workplace
-Training for Disability Support service providers
Beth can work with adult or child aged individuals and their families to build better understandings of the social, educational, or professional significance of Autism diagnosis. Beth has extensive university teaching experience, and has 10+ years experience in childcare work. She can help children and adults work towards Neurodiveristy acceptance and celebration.
Beth can work with you on the following issues, and more:
-Social and communication differences
-A strengths-based approach to identifying skillsets -Embracing a diagnosis as a social identity
-Advocating for support in the classroom or at work -Disclosing a diagnosis at school, work, or to loved ones -Supporting families with a new diagnosis
-Managing Executive Function / Independent Living
-Understanding and supporting sensory differences
Please note: Beth is not a qualified psychologist and does not offer diagnosis, counseling, or therapy. Her services can improve understandings of Neurodiversity, but should not be used in lieu of psychological services.
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