About Disability Services
We are a team of friendly, professional staff with expertise in providing a wide range of disability-related services. This includes:
- Provide confidential advice and support services for disabled students and staff, including those with physical and sensory impairments, medical conditions, mental health difficulties, and specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia.
- Provide specialist information and advice to all University staff, including identifying reasonable adjustments to meet the needs of disabled people.
- Liaise closely with all academic Schools and Professional Services across the University.
- Provide training opportunities for all staff to raise awareness of disability issues and to support staff in providing an inclusive learning and working environment.
- Develop disability-related guidance and policy, including procedures for handling disability disclosure.
- Advise the University of its responsibilities under the Equality Act (2010) and related quality assurance requirements.
All of our staff have relevant qualifications and experience for their role and all undertake regular professional development.
Disability Services purchased a Black Dog statue from the charity SANE, for adoption by the University of Dundee community. SANE aims to improve the quality of life for anyone affected by mental illness. The Black Dog campaign aims to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness and encourages people to seek help early.