Disability Services comprises three units within Counselling & Disability Services on the Keele campus that offer a variety of academic support to students with disabilities. Our three disability service units include:
- Learning Disability Services: provides educational support to university students with documented learning disabilities, attention disorders, and autism spectrum disorders.
- Mental Health Disability Services: provides educational support to university students with mental health disabilities.
- Physical, Sensory & Medical Disability Services: provides educational support to university students with physical, sensory & medical disabilities.
Note: Students who are diagnosed with multiple disabilities should contact the Disability Services unit that provides support for the disability that they feel has the most significant impact on their academic performance.
All students who are registering with Disability Services for the first time can participate in Project ADVANCE – a two week summer transition program for students with disabilities.
Similar support services are provided to students on the Glendon campus:
- Glendon’s Counselling & Disability 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.