Webinars

The next webinar will be available for registration soon


Webinar video history:

Volunteering – Click to watch the video in full

Relationships – Click to watch the video in full

Travel – Click to watch the video in full

Employment – Click to watch the video in full

Housing – Click to watch the video in full


Pilot series:

Webinar 1: Parents of a disabled child
Webinar 2: The teenage years
Webinar 3: Independent Living 1 (housing, work, transport and equipment)
Webinar 4: Independent Living 2 (Personal Care – recruitment and retention)
Webinar 5: Leisure and Travel


Further Information

A new, engaging, interactive and free resource for the disability community was launched in January 2012. If you have not heard of a webinar before, do not despair. It is a new method of delivering information and creating discussion online. Decide on the topics that you are interested in, sign up on the unique webinar links and fill in your email address. It really is as simple as that.


What is a webinar?

The key feature of a webinar is being able to give, receive and discuss inspirational information online.

Each webinar focuses on a different aspect of life: from basic care and transport, to travel and adventure such as flying planes. You can attend as many, or as few, as you wish.

The technology is very simple: once you’ve registered, you will be guided with friendly instructions throughout. There is no need to travel to a venue either, just watch and relax at your nearest computer. Each webinar gives quick, helpful and applicable advice. All attendees will leave with specific learning outcomes.

Each session is chaired by myself and includes:

• professional and personal presentations from guest speakers;

• interactive polls;

• Q&A sessions.

In one hour you will learn something new, share your knowledge and become part of an innovative online community discussion.


Who are the webinars for?

All webinars are for disabled people, their friends, family, disability professionals and anyone else who wishes to join.