Making successful progress at TAFE or university can sometimes be challenging if you have a disability, illness, medical or mental health condition.
Keep reading to learn more about how the Inclusion and Accessibility Service can help while you are studying.
Make learning easier for yourself
The Inclusion and Accessibility Service can arrange free learning resources, adaptive equipment, technology and software for students who have a disability, illness, medical or mental health condition. They can also coordinate support staff to assist registered students who require additional help with their learning.
Service is personalised to suit your needs
During your first appointment with a Disability Advisor you will discuss the nature of your condition, the likely impact on your studies and your rights and responsibilities while registered with the Inclusion and Accessibility service. Based on all information provided as part of the registration process, an individual Accessibility Plan will be developed to confirm the support arrangements the University will put in place for you.
Each student is different, so the support required will vary depending on your needs and the requirements of your course. If you wish, parents and carers may attend your appointment with you.
Visit the Accessibility webpage to find out more information about how to register for support with the service. Any student can make a confidential appointment to speak with a Disability Advisor to discuss their needs on 07 4930 9456.