LSBU has a number of services that support the health and well-being of our students. As well as the information available here about our Disability and Dyslexia services and our mental health and well-being team we also have a chaplaincy service, student advice, the Students' Union and Skills for Learning team who are all here to offer support whilst you study. We’ll be telling you more about these services in your University induction and you are always welcome to drop in to the Student Life Centre if you have any specific questions that you’d like to ask.
- London Adult Dyslexia Support Group - a self-help group who share experiences and learn from each other. They meet once a month at St James's Church, Piccadilly, WC1.
- Official London Theatre Access Guide - information on assisted performances and access.
- Attitude is Everything - practical assistance for disabled and deaf people wishing to attend live music events.
- UK Connect - the Communication Disability Network (based 10 minutes from the Southwark campus).
- BBC Ouch - covering contemporary issues around disability.
- Disability Now – online magazine covering disability issues.
- Disability Rights UK – practical advice and support for disabled students.
- RNIB – supporting blind and partially sighted people.
- Mind – supporting people with mental health problems.
- Scope – advice, guidance and support to disabled people.
- Young Epilepsy - working with young people with epilepsy, including students at university.