All students who have Personalised Academic Study Support plan in place have provided medical evidence for one or multiple diagnoses to the Student Wellbeing Centre.
Please be aware that PASS plans are shared on a school based level, so this will be shared with the specific school that the course the student is enrolled on belongs to. Please also note that recommendations are to be taken in the context of the school and course mode of delivery.
For further information on supporting students with a Personalised Academic Study Support plan please click on the relevant guides below to find some suggested strategies, including general and teaching strategies, for those involved in teaching and mentoring students with various diagnoses. It is worth noting that as students can often have more than one diagnosis multiple guides may be relevant for supporting these students.
Please also be aware that these are basic tips for good practice and this is not an exhaustive or prescriptive list as diagnoses will affect each student differently.
Please note there is a Disability Awareness training course available to University staff through Human Resources. If you would like more information on this course please contact Human Resources on email@example.com or call on 01522 88 6775. There is also a Supporting Students in Distress training course available to University staff, you can find this here Online Training and Support – Human Resources (lincoln.ac.uk) Click on ‘access the learning management system’ and then ‘Supporting students’ which takes you to a link to the videos.
These guides can be provided in an alternative format. To receive a copy of these please contact the Student Wellbeing Centre on firstname.lastname@example.org