Reasonable Adjustment Plans
Reasonable Adjustment Plans (RAP) are what we can help put in place to ensure you have fair and equal access to your education. You’ll meet with a Disability Adviser to discuss what barriers may be present in your course. We’ll explore support strategies that may help enable you to access teaching, learning, assessments and other aspects such as placement or field trips.
The RAP will detail reasonable adjustments and any difficulties you may have relating to your studies. It will be distributed to select University staff so that your course will be made more accessible to you and it will include advice for both yourself and University staff.
We understand that your disability may vary from time to time so the support you need may also change. Amendments can always be made to RAPs to ensure your Rap meets your needs. We’ll also need to review your support if you start a new course.
Making an appointment
We will ask you to complete a quick registration form when you first get in touch with us, as well as ask you to provide a copy of your Medical Evidence or Educational Psychologist Assessment. If you do not currently have medical evidence then please download our Medical Evidence Form. You can take this to a medical professional to fill in to provide you with appropriate evidence.
You’ll then be invited to an appointment with a Disability Adviser to discuss reasonable adjustments. Your Reasonable Adjustment Plan will be set up in this appointment, and the Adviser will explain how to apply for Disabled Students’ Allowance (if appropriate) or alternative external funding.
You can book an appointment with askUS or by contacting us directly. We can also hold appointments via phone or through Microsoft Teams if you are unable to come into the University for an appointment.