Learning Support, Disability and Mental Health Services

 

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Disability can mean different things for different people. It may include you, even if you don't think of yourself as disabled. If you have study support needs related to a long-term condition - including dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties, long-term illness, sensory disabilities, mental health difficulties, autism conditions, or other health conditions - we are here to help you.

Exam Adjustments

Our registration deadline has passed. If you have not already registered with Learning Support, Disability or Mental Health, you will be unable to use our services to access exam adjustments for the upcoming exam period. (You are still encouraged to  register to receive other support and support for future years.)

You may still be able to access exam adjustments directly with the Exams department, please refer to the exam adjustments webpage.

Students with a temporary condition or other circumstances affecting their exams should look at the exam adjustments webpage.


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Support with mental health conditions and autism spectrum conditions

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Info on Disabled Students' Allowances

 

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Drop-in sessions

Learning Support, Disability and Mental Health have drop-in sessions on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday daytimes and Thursday evenings during term time. They are open to all students, whether you've been registered with us for years or have never contacted us before. Your chance to ask a quick question, voice a concern, or get some information.

These conversations last for around 10 minutes and are on a first-come-first-served basis; you cannot pre-book.Student hub logolibrary with logo

Drop-in session times
 Monday  1:30 to 3:30pm Student Hub, Aston Webb
 Tuesday  No session  
 Wednesday  2:30 to 4:30pm Student Hub, Aston Webb
 Thursday  No session  
 Friday  1:30 to 3:30pm Student Hub, Aston Webb

Other information:

Assistive technology What is Assistive Technology? What Assistive Technology does the University provide? Who can access it?

University Library Accessibility Pages Book fetching, alternative formats and more.

Information for Non-Medical Helpers and Providers