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Registering your disability


You need to declare your disability and register with Disability and Dyslexia Services to access our support

Coronavirus (Covid 19)

Due to the current situation we are not holding drop in sessions and are unable to take telephone calls.  You can still register with us using the form below and by sending your evidence electronically.

If you require any further information regarding registration then please email us.

Visits to the university are also not possible at the moment but please do use AccessAble to have a virtual look at our campus and accessibility.

How to register

The easiest way to register with the Disability & Dyslexia Service is to complete the form below by telling us about your disability and providing some evidence. 

Alternatively, you can come in to meet us at our drop-in every day between 11am and 2pm (during term time).  Please come to the Student Advisory & Wellbeing Help desk in Founder's East 140 or you can call us on 01784 414621 or email us

Find out more about the disabilities we support  and the range of support available and what examination access arrangements we offer.

If you don't have any existing evidence of your disability and need to see your GP to get this - you can ask them to complete this medical evidence form.

  • Name:
  • Prospective or Current Student:
  • Level of Study:
  • Please indicate your preferred method of communication:
  • Please tick disability type (UCAS code):
  • Clinically Extremely Vulnerable - please let us know if you consider yourself to be 'Clinically Extremely Vulnerable' according to the Government guidelines
  • Disability Evidence
    If you have a specific learning difficulty and already have a full diagnostic report completed by an Educational Psychologist or Specialist Teacher, please upload it in the section below.
  • If you already have medical evidence confirming your disability(ies), please upload it in the section below.
  • If you don't have any current medical evidence and need to see your GP to get this, please use the medical evidence form on this page once you have completed the remainder of this form.
  • Please note any evidence provided must be in English.
  • Consent
    We would be grateful if you could please complete the consent form which can be found on this page. Please download the form so that you can add a digital signature. This will enable us to liaise with other University departments and some external services regarding your support.
  • Support
    Further details on the range of support available can be found on this page. Please review once you have completed this form.
  • Disabled Students Allowance (DSA)
  • Have you applied for additional support through the Disabled Students Allowance (DSA)?
  • Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP)
  • In the case of an emergency would you able to evacuate independently from university buildings or accommodation?
  • If you select 'No', we will be in contact to arrangement a meeting to agree a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP)
  • Are you planning on living in University halls accommodation?
  • Exam Access Arrangements (EAA)
    Once we have reviewed your disability evidence, we will confirm the exam access arrangements that will be in place for the duration of your course. Please note we are only able to consider exam access arrangements which are clearly detailed in your evidence and in line with the university’s guidelines on exam access arrangements. Information about the standard arrangements can be found on this page. Please review once you have completed this form.
  • Accommodation Requirements
    If you are planning in living in university halls and have specific disability-related accommodation requirements, please ask a medical professional to complete the Medical Evidence Form on this page.
  • Support Available
    Once we have completed your registration, we will confirm the support that is available from the Disability & Dyslexia Service (DDS), your academic department and from other Professional Services in the university.
  • Declaration

 

 

 

Useful Forms & Documents

Medical Evidence Form

Consent Form

Support available

Exam Access Arrangements

 

 

Accessibility

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