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Mātātaki | The Challenge
Fine Arts masters student Jacob Milne says recovery from even acute mental illness is possible with the right support.
Student Disability Services has helped graduate Emma Cooper-Williams with everything from accessible routes to limited full-time study.
After a diagnosis of chronic pelvic pain due to endometriosis, Lucy approached SDS who helped her to navigate limited full-time status and disability parking.
Yvonne Ruan found daily positive habits and support made a difference to her mental health.
Alicia first got in touch with SDS when she was still in high school, making her transition easier - and not as scary.
After being diagnosed with ADHD, SDS helped Rodolfo identify his strengths and weaknesses and provide him support.
Georgia has graduated with her BA thanks in part to the support of note-takers and exam support.
Diagnosed with multiple learning disabilities, Hannah was nervous about study. With the support of SDS, she is currently undertaking her Masters.
At first Lin Kee didn't think her disability counted, now she wishes she had seen Student Disability Services earlier.
Diagnosed with dyspraxia, Imogen has used a writer and note-taker throughout study. She is now in the final year of her conjoint degree.
A visual impairment has not stopped Ite from achieving his dream to work in the media. He worked with SDS throughout his studies.
With a congenital eye condition, Jared Chaytor says University would not have been possible without Student Disability Services.
After being diagnosed with ADD, Joyce worked with the University to figure out the best way for her to study and achieve her goals.
Dr Aresh Tayebi has dyslexia, is deaf in one ear and has been recognised in the 40 Under 40 Awards.
After a diagnosis of autism spectrum and ADHD, Ruth received transformation support from SDS and Inclusive Learning.
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