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22nd June 2020
We are appalled about the murder of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer who swore to protect him.
Join us for a free Facebook live on Tuesday 23rd June at 7pm with the wonderful Kerry Pace chatting about Studying and Working Remotely for adults and young adults with Dyspraxia.
Kerry has worked from home in her business, Diverse Learners (www.Diverse-learners.co.uk) for more than 10 years. I use Skype, Zoom and video to provide 1:1 study skills support, parental support, coaching for people in work and training for organisations all from home.