Prepare for my appointment
It is important you are well prepared for your appointment with the Disability Advisory Service. This will ensure you get the most out of your meeting.
Tips for being prepared
Depending on the type of appointment you have, you may need to bring specific documents, such as evidence, to your appointment (see below). By providing your evidence during or before your appointment (by email), you will help speed up the process of putting support and reasonable adjustments in place.
Please allow yourself ample time to start and complete your appointment, you don't want to rush and feel flustered! If you are late by 20 minutes or more, we will probably have to reschedule your appointment.
Put a reminder in your calendar that you have an appointment with us. If you miss your appointment, you will need to request a new one.
Which appointments do I need to bring evidence to?
Appointments I need to bring evidence to
- putting in place reasonable adjustments and support;
- discussing the results of your diagnostic assessment;
- accessing funding for disability-related support;
Appointments I do not need to bring evidence to
- diagnostic assessment.