Guidelines

General Guidelines/Information

QAA Code of Practice in Higher Education – Section 3 Disabled Students 2nd edition February 2010

Code of practice for the assurance of academic quality and standards in higher education Section 3: Disabled students February 2010 [Link checked 18 November 2017]

Office of the Independent Adjudicator – Good Practice Guide for Supporting Disabled Students

OIA Good Practice Supporting Disabled Students [Link checked 18 October 2017]

Differences between UK and US terminology i(Learning disability/difficulty/difference) [Link checked 18 November 2017]

Assistive Technology

http://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/features/what-can-technology-do-for-disabled-learners/ [Link checked 18 May 2017]

Lexdis Technology Strategies for Studying https://www.lexdis.org.uk/ [Link checked 28 July 2017]

EmpTech http://www.emptech.info/index.php [Link checked 28 July 2017]

Careers Advice and Guidance

Creative Careers at the University of the Arts London: Alternative Sources of Careers Advice and Guidance 2009 >

Libraries

Librarians in Higher Education networking to improve access for disabled users. CLAUD’s aims are to disseminates information on disability and to establish good practice: http://www.claud.org.uk/ [Link checked 19 May 2017]

Notetaking

Learning Through Videos: Are Disabled Students Using Good Note-Taking Strategies?
Abi James, EA Draffan and Mike Wald

Professional Bodies and Disabled Students

General Medical Council Guidance for working with disabled students:

http://www.gmc‐uk.org/educaon/postgraduate/EandD_college_reasonable_adjustments.asp   [Link checked 18 May 2017]

http://www.gmc‐uk.org/educaon/undergraduate/15_7_support_for_trainees.asp [Link checked 18 May 2017]

Access to practice: Overcoming the barriers to practice learning for disabled Social Work students

Into Physiotherapy: welcoming and supporting disabled students

Access to Practice Overcoming the barriers to practice learning for disabled social work students

HCPC: How we consider information that applicants or registrants declare

Higher Education Occupational Physicians / Practitioners (HEOPS). Guidance, Fitness Standards and Surveys:

http://www.heops.org.uk/guide.php [Link checked 18 May 2017]

Able to Teach

The Law Society:

http://communities.lawsociety.org.uk/lawyers-with-disabilities/ [Link checked 18 May 2017]

Reasonable Adjustments for Practicing Solicitors:

http://www.sra.org.uk/sra/equality-diversity/impact-assessments/reasonable-adjustments.page [Link checked 18 May 2017]