Information for staff involved in supporting disabled students.
Information on how to help students, including the University leaflet on helping distressed students.
Implementing adjustments for students
Guidance for School staff (specifically Coordinators of Adjustments and Disability Contacts) on the responsibilities and process of implementing adjustments.
Reasonable adjustments and competence standards
Guidance for staff on the implementation of adjustments in the context of academic or professional competence standards
Training for Staff
The Student Disability Service offers a range of training that is available to all staff across the University. All sessions are usually delivered once a semester and can be booked via the Events Channel on MyEd.
Supporting Students - key information for staff
Key guidance and a range of relevant case studies
Accessible and Inclusive Learning
Aimed at teaching staff, this Accessible and Inclusive Learning resource aims to address some common questions with regard to making activities more accessible and inclusive.
Subtitling guidance for staff
Adding captions, subtitles and transcription to video/audio materials improves engagement, accessibility and the discoverability of your content. There are a range of options within the University for supporting staff to provide subtitles for media used on websites or in teaching situations.
Creating accessible presentations and documents
Disabled students might need documents or printed material in an alternative format.
Students talking about using the Student Disability Service and how the support they receive has enabled them to engage positively with their studies.
Information for disabled staff
The Student Disability Service is primarily a service for students. We aim to assist University staff in their support of students; we do not provide support directly to disabled staff. However we can point you in the right direction and inform you of who to contact.