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Good practice guides

Access Solent works with others to support the development of good practice in inclusive and flexible forms of teaching and learning

How toGeneral

Creating inclusive learning environments

Accessible curriculum guidelines

Specific

  1. Students with dyslexia or other specific learning difficulties
  2. Students with Asperger syndrome
  3. Students who are blind or have partial sight
  4. Students who are deaf or with partial hearing
  5. Students with medical conditions
  6. Students with mental health conditions
  7. Students with mobility difficulties
  8. Students with stamina related difficulties
  9. FAQs re: Assistance Dogs 

Please remember that

  • Disability is usually invisible,
  • Some people are very sensitive about their difficulties,
  • Individuals will have different support needs, so it is best to ask them what they find helpful.

 

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