Disability Services

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

To register, students must provide BOTH their disability related documentation AND complete an online Disability Services Student Questionnaire.  Information about documentation requirements for registration with Disability Services is available from our Disability Services Documentation page.  Students will be contacted about scheduling an intake appointment with one of our units, once their online questionnaire and disability related documentation have been received.

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