The Higher Education ACCESS Centre is based in Disability Services at Dundee University. We provide a regional needs assessment and assistive technology training service to disabled people in higher education or employment. The ACCESS Centre is wheelchair accessible and parking is available on Smalls Wynd (accessible bay signed 'Reserved for Disability Services').
We have particular expertise in providing a professional, study needs assessment service:
We are recognised as an accredited DSA needs assessment centre by student funding authorities, including:
The Higher Education ACCESS Centre was established in 1996 through support from the European Regional Development Fund and the Scottish Funding Council. It also has close links with the School of Computing and the School of Education and Social Work at the University of Dundee. These departments are involved in disability research and development, including the use of computer applications to assist disabled people.
Contact the ACCESS Centre for further information.