Presented by Johns Hopkins All Children's Foundation

Neurodiversity in Families and the Workplace

Join us for an event about neurodiversity in families and employees and the workplace featuring a panel of area business leaders and experts from Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.

Are you interested in learning more about how anxiety, ADHD or post-traumatic stress can affect families and employees in the workplace?  We invite you to join us for an event about neurodiversity in families and the workplace featuring a panel of business leaders and experts from Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.

At this event we will cover a wide range of topics – from neurodiversity within American companies to myths and perceptions about how ADHD, post-traumatic stress, autism and more affect working families.  In addition, we will offer a panel of experts to allow the community an opportunity to ask questions and seek guidance.

Hors d'oeuvres and beverages will be served.

We look forward to seeing you.

Confirmed Speakers

Mark Cavitt, M.D., Medical Director of Pediatric Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital 
Jennifer Katzenstein, Ph.D., Director, Psychology and Neuropsychology at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital 
Tamara Burks, Disability and LGBT Talent Acquisition Lead, PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers)
Jose Velasco, Head, Autism at Work Program, U.S. at SAP 
Brian West, Media and Community Relations Manager, Publix Super Markets, Inc.

Suggested Donation

Suggested donation of $10 per person. Event donations will directly support patients and families receiving care from the Institute for Brain Protection Sciences including the Autism and Psychology clinics. 
 

Logistics

Date: Thursday, May 3
Time: 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Cost: Event is free; suggested donation of $10

Location

Raymond James Stadium – West Club
4201 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL 33607
Entrance located off of W. Himes

Please RSVP below by Thursday, April 26. 

You can bring up to 4 additional guests. By selecting 1, you are indicating only you will be attending the event.

 

Donate today to support families dealing with neurodiversity

Suggested donation of $10 per person. Event donations will directly support patients and families receiving care from the Institute for Brain Protection Sciences including the Autism and Psychology clinics.