The Neurodisability Community (TNC) is an online platform designed to support networking and education for community child health and neurodisability GRID trainees and is hosted through Trello. Two ‘boards’ have been created; i) covers training, courses, research, condition specific resources and an area to share projects and learning; ii) is specific to START preparation. TNC is trainee-led with input from CSAC and peers. Content is populated by users. User feedback ensures information is easily updated. 

Weekly Webinars The Neurodisability Community hosts free, online webinars each Wednesday at 1pm covering topics on the community and neurodisability curriculum. The first three Wednesdays of each month focus on community; the fourth Wednesday neurodisability. The webinars are via MS Teams and you must have an nhs-based email address in order to be able to access these sessions as the platform is hosted by nhs.net (either nhs.net or local trust). Occasionally the sessions take place on Zoom. You can view future planned sessions here. Regularly emails are sent to advise what's on, when, and on which platform.

How do I access The Neurodisability Community? To join The Neurodisability Community please complete the form below!

Would you like to become involved in The Neurodisability Community project? We are looking for enthusiastic trainees to join us. If you are interested in helping us take this project forward then please let us know on the above email address.

The email you provide in the joining form below will be used to give you access to the TNC Teams channel to access the live webinars.

Please note that the email MUST be one of the following domains:

  • England - nhs.net or nhs.uk 
  • Northern Ireland - hsnci.net
  • Scotland - nhs.scot or scot.nhs.uk 
  • Wales - wales.nhs.uk 

We can also accept email addresses from academic institutions (ac.uk) and charitable organisation (org.uk)

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British Academy of Childhood Disability is registered in England and Wales under charity number 1177868
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