If your disability is a medical condition (i.e. you take a prescribed medication) please contact your GP to get medical evidence - you can ask them to complete this medical evidence form which can be used for D&N registration and will also be suitable for a DSA application.
If you suspect that you might have a specific learning difficulty, you need to come to one of our drop-in sessions and speak to a disability adviser. At the end of the meeting a decision will be made to whether you will need to be referred for an online screening interview.
If referred and the outcome of the screening interview is positive, then you will be referred to a specialist assessor for a diagnostic assessment (please note fees may apply). If you are diagnosed with a specific learning difficulty, you can use the report as evidence to register with our service and apply for Disabled Students’ Allowance.
Please note that we are not able to offer screenings to students in their final year of their studies.
Please come along to one of our drop-in sessions to discuss further (online drop-ins are on Monday and Friday):
Disability Drop In (11am to 2pm week days during term-time)
For in person drop-in service please go to FE153 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 11am to 2pm.