Alternative service arrangments due to Covid-19
In line with current government advice with regard to Covid-19, the College will be delivering all student support services remotely from Thursday 19 March until further notice.
All students who are currently registered with the Disability Advisory Service will continue to receive support from staff remotely via email, telephone and Office 365 Teams/Skype.
Students who are not registered with us can still access our service to request support.
The vast majority of services offered by us are still operational. However, we are not conducting autism screenings or diagnostic assessments at present.
For a full list of what services are on offer and how to request an appointment, please visit our appointments page.
Please note, our main office is closed until further notice.
The Disability Advisory Service
Our commitment to you
The Disability Advisory Service is committed to providing the best possible support for all students at Imperial College. We understand that each person's disability can affect them in different ways and therefore the support we offer is flexible and tailored to you.
What is disability?
A disability is any long-term condition that has a substantial impact on your ability to study effectively, such as:
- a specific learning difficulty, e.g. dyslexia, dyspraxia/DCD
- an enduring mental health condition, e.g. depression, OCD, generalised anxiety disorder
- a visual, hearing or other sensory impairment
- a long-term medical condition, e.g. IBS, ME, diabetes
- a social/communication difficulty, e.g. autistic spectrum condition
- a mobility or dexterity issue
Confidential advice and support
Our disability advisors offer confidential advice and support and are experienced in a range of disabilities. If you have a disability or think that you may have, we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible so that we can discuss you individual support needs.