Support for Students with autistic spectrum conditions (ASC)

In this film students with Asperger's Syndrome introduce the University of Leicester's AccessAbility Centre, and tell us how the Centre can help.

There are a number of services available to support students in their studies, and many students use the AAC on a regular basis.

If you know that you have ASC then come into the AccessAbility Centre (AAC)  to discuss your support requirements and to find out about the support available to you.

Please make an appointment and if possible bring a copy of a document that states you have ASC.  This could be a doctor’s letter, a copy of your original diagnosis letter or a section from your Statement of Educational Need paperwork.  If you have a specific learning difficulty such as Dyslexia or Dyspraxia you can have support for these too.

Through the AccessAbility Centre, students with ASC can arrange:

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+44 (0)116 252 5002

accessable@le.ac.uk

or visit us on the ground floor of the Library

The AccessAbility Centre is open 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday, during both terms and vacations. Contact us if you would like to speak with someone outside of these hours.

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