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The Non-Medical Help Support (NMHS) scheme provides a variety of support services to disabled students. The Non-Medical Help Support (NMHS) scheme works closely with disability advisers to ensure we know what your needs are and to provide you with the most appropriate support. We employ a team of Non-Medical Help Support workers to provide this support to you.
Lectures and seminars are an important part of learning at university, but many disabled students struggle to make the most of them.
You may have difficulty with physically writing notes, or you may struggle to remember what’s being said for long enough to write it down, or maybe you make lots of notes but can’t read them back afterwards.
Support might include:
Transcription of audio material used in sessions can be arranged through our alternative format production service (see below).
The Non-Medical Help Support (NMHS) scheme can also provide support for disabled students by giving one-to-one help with using the library including:
We are able to provide support to make it easier for students to get around campus by:
Here at Oxford Brookes, we are able to convert your teaching and learning materials into a format that is accessible to you. This service is used by students with a range of disabilities including:
We are able to convert books, lecture notes, seminar notes and other teaching and learning materials into a format accessible to you, including:
We also offer transcription services, for example audio recording to text.
The cost of providing these services may be met by a
Disabled Student Allowance (DSA). If you are not eligible for DSA, you may be able to make an application for
financial aid. Please speak to an adviser for more information about funding your support.
For further information about the alternative format production service, please contact the coordinator: