DDS are based in the Student Life Centre - come and talk to us, ask a question, or book an appointment at the Student Life Centre helpdesk.
Disability & Dyslexia Support (DDS) is a dedicated service for students who have a disability, mental health condition, medical condition or specific learning difficulties (including dyslexia).
DDS provide advice on available support and will help coordinate your support to ensure that there are no barriers to your learning, enabling you to get the most out of your time at LSBU.
We understand that every student is different and that each person’s disability can affect them in different ways. By discussing your needs and tailoring an individual support plan, we aim to help you achieve the success you’re capable of.
If you want to declare a disability, discuss the support that might be available to you, or just find out a little more, you can call us 0207 815 6454, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org come and find us at the Student Life Centre helpdesk in the Student Centre.
FAQs, and their answers
Using the website
We aim to make sure that all pages published on the LSBU website are fully accessible for visitors with a disability. However, to view the site in the most accessible way for you, you may need to customise the features of your computer setup or web browser.
For more information about this, please visit the BBC“My web, my way” website, which includes information about changing fonts and background colours, magnifying your screen and using text-to-speech features. It also provides guides and factsheets about various assistive technologies.
London South Bank University has been accredited the Epilepsy Friendly status by national charity Young Epilepsy due to their ongoing improvements with supporting students living with the condition.
Thanks to generous funding from the James Lewis Foundation, Young Epilepsy has been able to develop the Epilepsy Friendly mark. The Epilepsy Friendly mark aims to recognise higher education institutions that are going the extra mile to improve their understanding of epilepsy and better support their students.
To talk to a disability adviser about the support LSBU offers to students with epilepsy, get in touch on 0207 815 6454 or email email@example.com.