What we do
Find out about our team, who we support and where you can find us.
Take a video tour of Student Disability Services and hear students describe how support from advisers has transformed their University experience.
Who do we support?
We support students with a wide range of visible and invisible impairments, including:
- Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Head injury
- Hearing impaired
- Medical conditions
- Mental health conditions (e.g., psychotic disorders, depression and anxiety disorders)
- Physical/mobility impairment
- Specific learning disabilities (e.g., dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia)
- Speech impairment
- Vision impairment
Some limited support is available for students who have temporary impairments and injuries. This support varies depending on the impact of the injury.
Support services for international students may vary from those at their home university. Read more
How do we support students with disabilities?
If you are a student living with an impairment, if you suspect that you have an impairment, or if you are a staff member wanting support and information in working with people with disabilities, we can help.
We offer a range of services to make studying at the University an accessible and positive experience. We tailor our support to suit each individual student as we acknowledge every disability affects people differently.