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The Disability Support Services  Directory 

Aimhigher London South work with learners under-represented in Higher Education to stay in education and progress.

The Disability Services Directory is a searchable resource which identifies the support available to disabled learners across London universities.

It is for learners, parents/carers, SEN practitioners and Careers, Advice and Guidance advisers to identify the most appropriate support to meet individual needs and inform the preparation for transition to University.

You can search:

  • Provision by Individual University
  • Generic and specific Support offered across universities

You can find:

  • Support organisations by disability
  • Advice on managing needs at university by disability
  • Glossary of SEND terms
“Student life isn’t as scary as you may think. The key is to just be yourself, and open up yourself to new experiences. If you do that, you’ll be fine.” Lilly

Fd in Psychology and Counselling, St Mary’s University

“Help is available from start to finish at university, even if your situation changes, so don’t be afraid to ask.” Kate

Post Graduate, Kingston University

“My top tip is don’t be scared to go straight to the disability support department.” Emily

Student from Goldsmiths, University of London

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Peer Review Group

The Disability Services Directory is developed and peer reviewed through Aimhigher’s  cross-sector Disability Working Group.

The AHLS Disability Working Group aims to raise awareness of the issues facing disabled learners in education and work across educational sectors to help overcome these issues and support student transition from schools and colleges to university.

Peer Review Group

The Disability Services Directory is developed and peer reviewed through Aimhigher’s  cross-sector Disability Working Group.

The AHLS Disability Working Group aims to raise awareness of the issues facing disabled learners in education and work across educational sectors to help overcome these issues and support student transition from schools and colleges to university.