This article provides an overview of the adjustments that can be made and the specialist support you can access, depending on your disability.
 
Important to know: If you have yet to register with the Disability Support and inclusion team, please read our article How do I register with Disability Support for the first time?
 
 
 
Navigate to the relevant heading below:

 

 Specific Learning Difficulties  (SpLD's) 
 
This section is relevant for students with Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, (Specific Learning Difficulties) / ADHD diagnosed as a specific learning difficulty.
 
 
Accessing Advice and Support  
 
 
 
What reasonable adjustments can be made for my disability?  
 
 
 

What specialist support is available? 

 

 
 Mental health and Autism
 
This section is relevant for students with Long term mental health conditions / ADHD diagnosed by qualified medical professional / Autism spectrum conditions.
 
 
 

Accessing Advice and Support  ​​​​

 
 
 

What reasonable adjustments can be made for my disability?  

 
 
 

What specialist support is available? 

 
 
 Physical Impairment/Long-Term Health Conditions
 
As diagnosed by a medical practitioner and long-term (12 months or more duration expected)
 
 
 
 
Accessing Advice and Support  
 
 

What reasonable adjustments can be made for my disability?  

 

What specialist support is available? 

 

 Deaf/Hearing Loss 

This section is relevant for students who have been diagnosed deaf/ hearing loss by a medical practitioner and long-term (12 months or more) 

 
Accessing Advice and Support  
 
 
What reasonable adjustments can be made for my disability?  
 
 

What specialist support is available? 

 
 
 
 Visual impairments 
 
This section is relevant for students with visual impairments, as diagnosed by a medical practitioner and long-term (12 months or more duration expected). The term blind has been replaced by severe visual impairment
 
 
 
Accessing Advice and Support  

 

 
What reasonable adjustments can be made for my disability?  

 

What specialist support is available? 

 

 
 Undiagnosed disability 
 
This guidance is for students seeking a diagnosis for dyslexia or another specific learning difficulty, ADHD, Autism etc. 
 
 
Accessing Advice and Support  
 
 
What reasonable adjustments can be made for my disability?  
 
 
What specialist support is available? 
 
 
 
Important to Know: For an overview of Disability Support at King's, visit our Disability Support category