at our Open Days
The easiest way to contact Student Support and Wellbeing is by emailing reception.
Counselling works a bit differently: If you would like to sign up for counselling, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to request a registration form link.
If you have a known medical or mental health condition, or think you could benefit from support with learning differences, neurodiversity, long term health conditions, mobility or sensory disabilities, or mental health issues, you can register with Student Support and Wellbeing so we can help get your support in place.
Even if your condition is suspected rather than confirmed, we can still book you in with the appropriate advisor.
If have, or you think you have, a specific learning difference condition such as dyslexia, dyspraxia or ADHD you can discuss your options with your adviser. This might include support seeking a diagnosis if you don't already have one.
During the appointment:
More information on specific learning difference support.
With evidence of your condition, we can create an Inclusive Learning Plan (ILP) to help manage your disability during your studies.
If you'd rather not speak to a receptionist to make an appointment, you can report and incident and request support via our online platform, REPORT + SUPPORT.
The relevant Specialist Wellbeing Adviser will then contact you and discuss next steps, which could also include a face-to-face appointment.
There are ways to get immediate support if you find you need help right away not during office hours (Monday to Friday, 09:00-17:00 UK time) or without an appointment.
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