Specific Learning Difficulties

Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) include Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia and/or Attention deficit disorder or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (AD)H)D).

SpLD is an umbrella term for a family of related conditions, which often occur together. SpLDs affect the way information is learned and processed. They are neurological (rather than psychological) by nature, usually run in the family and are not related to intelligence.

We understand that SpLD diagnostic reports are often complex. The following guides provide a summary of Specific Learning Difficulties in relation to your university experience: 

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Speak to one of our Disability Learning Support Administrators.

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Assessments

The University has special assessment regulations to support students, these include adjustments for assessments, such as in-class tests, exams and presentations.