Disability support for staff
We provide advice to all staff on supporting disabled people to access university services and facilities, including making reasonable adjustments for disabled students. Our Disability Support Officers provide a network of staff across the University who support the communication of disability-related information.
Disability Services provides confidential advice for disabled staff.
You can contact us in confidence to discuss your support needs with a Disability Adviser who will be able to provide information on the potential support available from the University and externally through Access to Work. Funding is available from Access to Work to support a range of disability-related needs at work, for example:
- specialist equipment or personal assistance
- travel by car or taxi if you are unable to use public transport
- a communicator at a job interview
The Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) is a supplementary allowance available to UK domiciled students who incur additional expenditure because of their disability while undertaking a full-time higher education course.
Guidance for staff regarding the provision of exam support for students with a disability.
Around one in four people will experience a mental health difficulty at some point, so it's possible that some students and staff will experience this while at university
Learning technology is the broad range of communication, information, and related technologies that can be used to support learning, teaching, and assessment as well as work-related activities.
This policy sets out the University’s position on the provision of academic-related reasonable adjustments for disabled students and clarifies responsibilities and procedures in this respect.
Guidance on the definition of disability including the University's recognition of the Social Model of Disability
How the University supports for disabled staff in the course of their employment
This details guidance which enables University line managers to provide a streamlined and inclusive approach to supporting disabled colleagues, with all types of impairment or medical conditions.
By disclosing your disability, this allows the University to do all that it can to support your needs
The University of Dundee recognises that disabled staff are an integral part of the University community and that accessible and appropriate provision is a core element of the overall service which the University seeks to provide.
Policy for staff, students, or visitors who wish to bring an assistance animal on to campus or into a University vehicle.
Disability Services' staff can provide training on a range of disability-related topics, including supporting students with specific disabilities such as hearing difficulties and autism.
Contact us for further details and to discuss your requirements.
We provide advice on submissions to the University's Inclusive Practice Award. This initiative was introduced to encourage the development and sharing of inclusive practice across the University.
We also support staff to complete the Inclusive Curriculum Checklist required for the University's programme approval and review process.
Resources for staff and students can also be found on our Sharepoint pages