Most universities have access guides on their website, it is important that you have easy access to all classes and facilities. Make sure you attend open days to see the facilities for yourself and ask university staff as many questions as you need to, to feel comfortable in your decision.
All university and education providers will have a team on-hand to offer support to students. This should be your first contact when talking to your university about adaptations and support you need.
One of their key roles will be to ensure that students with disabilities or additional needs are provided with the help and assistance necessary to succeed. This might include providing you with a learning assistant who can take notes, transcribe and support you with other academic tasks. This could also include extended deadlines, additional time to complete exams or providing a different environment in which to take an exam.
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