What we offer In 'Disability' NMH InformationInformation for disabled studentsRegistration with our servicesEvidence GuidancePreparing for UniversityWhat we offerDisabled Students' AllowancesProvision of non-medical helpersAssistive technologyReasonable adjustmentsHow to find usContact usInternational studentsLearning SupportMental Health Back to 'Student Services' Our team of experienced staff offer a wide range of specialist advice and support so you can have the best possible experience at the University of Birmingham. View a transcript of this video. What will you get? What the Service does for you depends on your condition, your course and other circumstances. Support is individual to you and responsive to how your needs may change throughout your time at the University. Before you register Advice and information for students and parents by phone and email at Open Days All students who register with LSDMH An individual keyworker, providing a single point of contact and confidential, specialist advice A consultation to talk about your needs, and more meetings if needed Where needed, a Reasonable Adjustment Plan (RAP) outlining what the University will do to support your study Support may include: adapted materials access to assistive technology extra time in exams alternative assessments accessible teaching spaces ...other adjustments identified in consulation with you Assistance with arranging support, including non-medical helpers such as notetakers and mentors Liaison with tutors and other University departments Advice about applying for the Disabled Students’ Allowances Additionally, there are special services for students with the following conditions: Students with Specific Learning Difficulties, including dyslexia and dyspraxia Dyslexia, dyspraxia or dyscalculia screening Effective learning skills advice online and in person Online advice and resources for Specific Learning Difficulties Students with mental health conditions Peer support groups – a chance to meet other people like you with similar experiences Liaison with people outside the University, such as GPs or Community Mental Health Teams Online advice and resources for mental health Students with autism or Asperger's syndrome Tours of University facilities and departments Overnight trial stay in student accommodation for pre-admission students Online advice and resources autism spectrum conditions We also offer advice, guidance and training for staff.