CIfA and Mentoring for Women in Archaeology and Heritage (MWAH) are exploring the potential impacts that dyslexia and other neurodiverse conditions have upon archaeologists, from those who are diagnosed, or feel they are a candidate for the conditions, and from those who work with these individuals.

Your answers will help us to identify issues across the sector and inform actions that we can all take to support our neurodiverse colleagues. CIfA and MWAH will work together to consider how to solve these issues and enable pro-active ways to help members of our profession.

This survey focuses on dyslexia, however we recognise that there are many other elements to neurodiversity and we hope in future to have further conversations about this.

The data from this survey will be shared between CIfA and MWAH (represented by Amy Talbot, co-admin of MWAH and founder of Seeing Red Period Movement). Any personal data will be kept confidential to CIfA/MWAH.

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* 1. Organisation name

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* 2. Number of employees

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* 3. Have you got any employees who are registered dyslexic or who have declared they are dyslexic?

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* 4. Are you aware of the requirements for employers under the Equality Act if an employee has declared they are dyslexic?

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* 5. What adjustments have you made for dyslexic employees (currently or previously in employment)?

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* 6. Is there more CIfA could offer to support dyslexic members/prospective members or employers?

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* 7. If you have made adjustments to support dyslexic employees in your workplace would you be willing to share these as a case study on the CIfA website?

Thank you for helping us with this by filling out the questionnaire. If you would like to help further with this, by either offering a case study or perhaps peer to peer support, please get in touch with alex.llewellyn@archaeologists.net
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