Happy New Year from the Staff Disability Network

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It’s a brand new year and that means lots to plan for and look forward to for our Staff Disability Network.

No, we haven’t made any resolutions for the year ahead, but that just means we’re going to carry on with our valuable and worthwhile work. But perhaps you could make it your resolution to get (more) involved with the Staff Disability Network, and there are lots of ways to do that, so it doesn’t need to take up lots of your time.

Share our content

Lifting the voices of people who are disabled, chronically ill and neurodivergent, by giving them a platform to share their experiences, advice, and more, means sharing real experiences of those who are most expert to talk about them.

So go for it and share our content by following us on Twitter, quote us in your retweets, share our blog with your networks, promote our events, share ground-breaking research from our experts, and tell your colleagues to bookmark our dedicated Staff Disability Network website.

Join the conversation

There are lots of ways to get involved with conversations about disability, chronic illness and neurodivergence via our network. Whether you want to learn from others or share your ideas, there are many ways to get involved.

Start by joining our network on Teams, and if you want to get more involved, our meetings could be the perfect space for you. You can also sign up to our mailing list.

Tell us your questions, ideas and concerns

If you would rather send your questions, ideas, concerns or anything else to the network co-chairs, you can do so by emailing the Staff Disability Network directly. Our purpose is to support staff who are disabled, have a long-term health condition or neurodivergence, and to support those working with or who are interested in inclusive practices.

Everything and anything else

If we’ve not mentioned here a way that you would like to get involved, or there is anything else that you want to raise with the network, please email the Staff Disability Network and let them know.