Charles talks about his HE experience and visual impairment at De Montfort University.
Rachel talks about her HE experience and physical disability at De Montfort University.
Geoff talks about his HE experience and support he has received at De Monfort University.
Support and resources for students to talk about Mental Heath difficulties.
What is guide outlining Tourettes Syndrome and Attention Deficit Hyper-activity Disorder (ADHD). A further set of resources to help understand and work with students with these conditions.
These should not be used as a medical diagnostic tool and not all information will apply to all students.
Webpages that help students when deciding to tell employers about disability, including mental health.
Lesson plans to help students with understanding their feelings and how to access support.
Students with disabilities talk about their experiences of Higher Education and the student journey from pre-application and beyond.
How can students with a disability apply for extra funding when they study a HE course?
Guide for teachers and school staff on working with students who stammer.
If you are planning on attending a Youth Mental Health First Aid training course the attached resource provides useful information about the YMHFA organisation and the benefits of the qualification.
National Autistic Society guide on how to choose, apply and prepare for university.
A resource developed by Loughborough University to provide information and an insight into ADHD.
Guidance on the benefits of disclosing disability on UCAS applications.
Find out about disability support that REACH can offer you and your learners.
Disabled go work with organisations to provide detailed access information.
A set of resources to help understand and work with students with the following conditions; Aspergers, dyscalculia, dyslexia and dyspraxia. Please note these are not medical diagnostic tools and information will not be applicable to all students with the conditions.