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Neurodiversity and the Built Environment – Inclusive Spaces and Places

Neurodiversity & the Built Environment – Inclusive Spaces and Places


This panel discussion reflects on the built environment and transforming the experiences and outcomes of neurodivergent people. This discussion reflects on accessible and inclusive design concepts in architecture and opportunities to include these in universities, in workplaces and the outdoors via UCD’s Sensory Gardens.


  • Dr Magda Mostafa, Associate Professor, Architecture department, American University in Cairo
  • Fionnuala Rogerson, Access Consultant, Fionnuala Rogerson Architects
  • Eoin O'Herlihy, Access Consultant, O'Herlihy Access Consultancy (OHAC)
  • Tina Lowe, UCD Campus Accessibility Officer, UCD
  • Thomas Hamill, Estate Operations Manager, Estate Services, UCD

Chaired by Alice Clancy, Assistant Professor, Director of Teaching and Learning and UDL faculty partner for School of Architecture, Planning, and Environmental Policy, UCD


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