NADP2022 Week 5 – Sponsored by Symplicity

Whole day in-person networking events

27th – 1st July 2022

Members of the Board, advisers and office staff will facilitate discussions on topics proposed by participants attending the events.

Two short, recorded presentations (15-20 mins) will be played during day to aid/prompt discussion and provide thinking points.

Video Presentations

Late Diagnosis of ADHD – Jodie Hall, Thrive Law

Disability and Identity – Engaging with matters of intersectional equality and inclusive practice in Higher Education – Dr Suanne Gibson, University of Plymouth

Disabled staff and students in UK HE: What does the data tell us? – Peny Sotiropoulou, AdvanceHE

Bookings Now Closed


England: Wednesday 29th June 2022: 10am-4pm

University of the Arts, London
Room 203
272 High Holborn London WC1V 7EY

35 places
Lunch provided
Hosted by Caroline Huntley, NADP Chair of the Board of Directors
We are very pleased to be able to welcome our NADP Annual Award winners to this event.

Northern Ireland: Wednesday 29th June 2022: 10am-4pm

Ulster University, Belfast Campus
Block BD; Room BD-00-011
Location Information – click link and see bottom of webpage

45 places
Lunch kindly supplied by the Ulster University
Hosted by Stephen Harper, NADP Adviser for Northern Ireland
Introductory keynote by Professor Odette Hutchinson, Ulster University’s Pro Vice Chancellor for Academic Quality and Student Experience

Scotland: Monday 27th June 2022: 10am-4pm

Rivers Suite, Craiglockhart campus, Edinburgh Napier University

Location Information – please request a car parking space when booking

45 places
Lunch included in price and supplied by university in separate lunchboxes
Hosted by Jonathan Staal, NADP Adviser for Scotland

Wales: Thursday 30th June 2022: 10am-4pm

Seminar room SOM 011
Swansea University bay Campus

45 places
Lunch, tea and coffee provided
Hosted by Daniel Parrott, NADP Director

Travel Details

Note that due to the university’s sustainability policy, visitors are encouraged to attend using public transport.
For people who do not require priority parking, the park and ride facility noted below is nearby and may provide the smoothest experience.

Bay campus is located a short distance from the M4 junction 42. Parking is available at the Park and Ride details below). Regular bus services are available from Swansea Bus and Train Station



Parking: Fabian Way Park & Ride
Fabian Way
Port Tennant

* Bus services between Fabian Way Park & Ride and the Bay Campus run every 20 minutes. Visitors requiring a disabled parking bay should contact our Customer Services Team on (01792) 295405 (Singleton Campus) or (01792) 606014 (Bay Campus) who will be able to arrange this

Swansea University Covid Protocols

Feedback Form


Audemic is an app for researchers that allows them to listen to Academic papers and take notes in an easily accessible way, with an initial focus on building the app for individuals who are neurodivergent and/or visually impaired.

In June we are commencing a project with the Co-Chair of the Disability Justice Caucus at Harvard Kennedy School. And as part of our product development, we would like to put the app into the hands of researchers and students who would find value from it, and get early feedback on how to improve. This could be via email, over the phone, or a focus group (We would be open to all forms of feedback)

Anyone an sign up and try out the app here, or for more information feel free to email the founder Joshua at (

Our sponsors this week: Symplicity

Symplicity Access provides students with a fast and efficient way to request support, providing students with a more comfortable experience and encouraging them to request the support they need to succeed. Access differentiates itself with its robust reporting features that allow disability services teams to create reports, deliver critical data to key stakeholders and analyse data. Student data is managed sensitively through a granular permission model to confidentiality.

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