Disability advice and support
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De Montfort University is committed to providing leading support to enable our prospective and current students to achieve their full potential.
Support and guidance is available to students with a wide range of impairments. This can include, but is not limited to:
- Visual or hearing impairment
- Autism, including Asperger's
- Physical impairments or mobility difficulties
- Long-term or progressive medical conditions e.g. diabetes, sickle cell anaemia, epilepsy, cancer, HIV, arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome
- Specific learning difference e.g. dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia
What do we offer?
- Assistance with applying for the Disabled Students’ Allowances funding
- Referral for an assessment with an Educational Psychologist
- Referral for Autistic Spectrum Disorder assessment
- Identification of individual reasonable adjustments
- Arrangements for study needs assessments
- Liaison with academic and other University departments
- Exam support – please see the exams webpages for information on deadlines and how to access support.
De Montfort University - NMH Rates
Period covered 01/04/2019 through to 31/03/2020
These rates apply to De Montfort University- Disability Services Non-Medical Helper (NMH) Support, which is registered with DSA-QAG.
The University's NMH rates are available in this document. The greyed out cells indicate that the institution does not offer these services.
Students can book an appointment to see a member of the team through our online booking service, MyGateway to discuss any support requirements.
The Student Gateway, Gateway House
T: +44 (0) 116 257 7595