How the Disability and Inclusion Service can help you
Goldsmiths is committed to achieving inclusion and equality for disabled students.
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The Disability and Inclusion Service arranges adjustments and provides support for students who have a disability, long term health condition, mental health condition or Specific Learning Difficulty (SpLD).
Who we help
The Disability and Inclusion Service works with a range of students, including those who:
- have or think they might have dyslexia or another Specific Learning Difficulty
- have sensory impairments
- have physical impairments
- have long-term health or mental health conditions
- have autistic spectrum disorders e.g. Asperger’s syndrome
We help current students and anyone thinking about applying to study here. It is never too early to contact us.
Disability Advisers work with students to identify and remove barriers to study. We can:
- Provide confidential advice
- Arrange an assessment for Specific Learning Difficulties including dyslexia
- Identify and organise appropriate academic support
- Arrange for support workers (e.g. interpreters, mentors, note-takers or practical assistants)
- Help to communicate your needs to other staff (e.g. your academic department, Library, Accommodation or Health & Safety)
- Sign-post to other support services
- Provide information about equipment or assistive technology
- Identify sources of funding and can help with applications for Disabled Students’ Allowances
Register with the Disability and Inclusion Service, and we can start working with you.