Disability Services

Disability Services on the Keele campus is made up of 3 individual units.

To register , students must provide BOTH their documentation AND complete an online Student Questionnaire so that they can be booked for an intake appointment.

Our three disability service units are:

Learning Disability Services: providing educational support to university students with documented learning disabilities, attention disorders, and autism spectrum disorders.
Mental Health Disability Services: providing educational support to university students with documented mental health disabilities.
Physical, Sensory & Medical Disability Services: providing educational support to university students with documented physical, sensory & medical disabilities.
Similar support services are provided to students on the Glendon campus:

Glendon Counselling Services: offers a range of services to Glendon students, including personal counselling, career counselling and services for students with learning, mental health, physical, sensory and medical disabilities.