What does ADSHE provide?

  • Professional Quality Assured (QA) Tutor Membership meeting the DSA-QAG Audit Framework for eligibility to provide DSA-funded NMH 1:1 support, with a searchable register of Professional QA Tutors
  • Sector-leading QA protocol with bespoke Professional Peer Supervision® to enhance and promote quality of practice through reflection
  • Regional Group meetings for networking, sharing best practice and participating in Adshe Accredited CPD and Professional Peer Supervision®
  • An Annual Conference every June and Continuing Professional Development Days – North and South – held in September and January. These provide members with an opportunity to learn from leaders in the field, participate in Adshe Accredited CPD and Professional Peer Supervision®, network and share best practice
  • Yearly publication of The Journal of Neurodiversity in Higher Education (ADSHE)
  • ADSHE 7-Principles® Underpinning Specialist 1:1 Support for Neuro-diverse Learners: the Kite-mark document to enhance and promote best practice
  • The Level-5 OCN course in Teaching Learners with Specific Learning Differences in FE/HE, for those wanting to work – or already working – with students with SpLDs at HE/FE level.
  • A free members-only discussion forum
  • An exciting website with free members-only resources to support and promote good practice
  • A collective voice representing the sector’s interests at the highest level including the Department for Education, Disabled Students Stakeholder Group (DSSG) and the SpLD Assessments Standards Committee (SASC). The aim is to ensure high quality standards apply to the support for dyslexic and neurodiverse students, and that the role of the Specialist Tutor is fully understood by policy makers and funding bodies

Please note: Professional Peer Supervision® and 7-Principles® are registered trademarks of ADSHE Ltd

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