Promoting equality of access
Through one-to-one meetings with a specialist support worker, we help to provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate what they know and can do.
These difficulties may arise in relation to a mental health condition, autism spectrum condition, or a long-term health condition.
Your specialist support worker will help you develop strategies to address these difficulties so that you can engage with your studies more independently.
Planning to create a suitable work-life balance and manage workload
Managing concentration difficulties
Improving time management and planning
Developing strategies to cope with anxiety and stressful situations
Developing strategies to manage mental health conditions
These difficulties may arise in relation to a specific learning difficulty (such as dyslexia and dyspraxia), another specific cognitive difference like autistic spectrum condition.
Your specialist support worker will focus on helping you to develop your academic skills and strategies, enabling you to become a more independent learner.
Improving organisation, time management and planning
Improving focus and managing distractions
Developing research techniques
Reading effectively and efficiently
Understanding the academic expectations in Higher Education
We'll then contact you to arrange your support. Please look out for emails from us.
We will then contact you to arrange your support. Please look out for emails from us.
If you would like to know more about whether you are eligible for DSA, or whether your university or college funds equivalent support, it is best to speak to the Disability Advisors at your place of study.
They will be able to tell you what sort of help is available and how you can access it.