We may struggle to access learning materials.
Or to communicate what we've learned.
That's because we all think, learn and express ourselves differently.
But we can use different tools to achieve the same goals.
That's where the
Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA)
Such as computers, voice recorders, or ergonomic equipment
For hearing-impaired students
Such as notetaking, planning or mindmapping tools
Many neurodivergent students (students with learning disabilities or conditions that affect how they think and process information) don't regard themselves as 'disabled'.
This means they are missing out on tools that could support them at university.
You could be eligible for tools to support you at university.