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Adviser appointments to set up provision, including:
Staff awarenessAccess Solent advisers work with students to identify key information which can usefully be shared with relevant staff within the University. For example, sharing background information and helpful study strategies can enable schools teams to facilitate learning. Please note: permission is sought before information is shared.
Alternative arrangements for assessmentExamples include additional time, breaks, use of assistive technology, reader, scribe, or separate venue.
Support with Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) applications
Individual learning supportAccess Solent staff can help provide specialist study skills tutorials, academic mentoring, notetaking and library support.
Access Solent can support students who need a new or updated diagnostic assessment.
General Practitioners (GPs) can diagnosis most conditions, including AD(H)D and the autism spectrum. However, some specific learning difficulties are not diagnosed medically. A free screening service is available to students which can pick up indicators of dyslexia, dyspraxia and AD(H)D; and identify how a full diagnostic assessment may be helpful.
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