The Inclusive Support Service is a part of Wellbeing. Our advisers provide advice and support for students with a range of disabilities including:
- dyslexia and specific learning difficulties such as dyspraxia and ADD
- mental health conditions
- long-term medical conditions
- Autism and Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) such as Aspergers
- physical and sensory impairments
- those who do not have a formal diagnosis, are newly diagnosed, or become unwell whilst at university.
Under the Equality Act 2010, it is a legal requirement for universities to provide reasonable adjustments to enable students with disabilities to access their course. The Inclusive Support Service is committed to developing an inclusive environment at Oxford Brookes University, providing equal access for all, empowering students with disabilities to become independent learners. We do this by providing specialist advice and support to students so that you can:
- Access entitlements - We can work with you to guide you through the DSA process so that you are accessing the correct entitlements and support for you.
- Access reasonable adjustments - We will work with you to develop a support plan that fits your circumstances and advise the University on these adjustments.
- Access further support - We can guide you to the different departments in the University and the wider community to provide a full and holistic approach to your support whilst you're studying with us.