Neurodiversity in Libraries Workshop Series

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Libraries are for everyone. Expand your skills and find ways to welcome neurodiverse patrons, their families, and staff to your library, support, and celebrate them. Register for a four-part webinar that teaches you about neurodiversity and helpful strategies to make customer service interactions, programs and events, collections, and library services more inclusive. Topics incude:


Author, trainer, teacher, and library accessibility consultant Renee Grassi is a recognized leader and advocate for equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility in libraries, schools, and communities. Renee has worked in public libraries for over 15 years, developing award-winning library programs that welcome, support, and serve disabled residents and their families and caregivers. Renee currently works at Dakota County Library, where she oversees youth and family programs and leads community-centered initiatives as Youth Services Manager. She is also the Chair of her library’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee and member of Dakota County’s Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access Task Force. 

Upcoming Event

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Freedom of Information Act Roundtable

July 18, 2024, 1:00 PM

Join leaders of the South Carolina Press Association for an in-depth conversation about how the Freedom of Information Act affects the news you hear every day. The panelists of veteran journalists will discuss how FOIA helps them keep the public informed and how you can do the same.  Q&A session to follow!