Pop over to TOSH and join us for a tea and chat, as we offer a safe space to share, work, learn and just BE together as a community of local creative freelancers and little businesses. TOSH is here to help fight the isolation that many of us can feel, considering collaboration and connection as a means to kickstart our inspiration and motivation.
This month, we'll discuss the challenges that neurodiversity can present in a creative career, and we'll share effective strategies for focus, motivation and more that we've found. We'll also chat about what unique skills and perspectives people with neurodivergent brains bring to their careers, and how we can celebrate this. The night will be led by neurodiverse keyspeakers, and is, as always, open to all!
These sessions will be predominantly group led, with local creatives Emilie Giles (instagram.com/me_backwards) and Hattie Parker (instagram.com/hattieparkerdesign) hosting this evening sesh!
TOSH is an accessible venue (no stairs and steps!), and we do have a limited amount of free onsite parking available on a first come first serve basis. We're also just across the road from the Sovereign Centre car park (£2.00 for 2 hours) and Boscombe bus station - and just a 10 minute walk from Pokesdown train station.
TOSH is a COVID secure, risk assessed venue, and we will be adhering to government guidelines applicable at the time of the event.
The Old School House