Accessibility

We support students with long-term health issues and disabilities by recommending adjustments to teaching, assessment and accommodation. 

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About us

We support students with long-term health issues and disabilities by recommending adjustments to teaching, assessment and accommodation. 

Our aim is for all students to feel valued and included and to have the right support in place to facilitate life at the University. 

We can advise you on applying for Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA). This could help overcome any practical barriers to learning, and might include: support workers, study skills tutors, specialist equipment or software. Wewill  work with you in a confidential and supportive way to discuss your needs. 

Accessibility Advisers can also work with you to create an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) to share with your course team. An ILP will outline any reasonable adjustments recommended to support you. 

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Contact us - Accessibility team

Telephone: 01326 253 629

Email: accessibility@fxplus.ac.uk

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Who is my Accessibility Adviser?

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Kerry Dawson

  • Games Academy
  • School of Film and Television

Charley Deakin (neé Gunn)

  • Institute of Photography
  • Fashion and Textiles Institute

Mel Dove

  • Falmouth School of Art

Catherine Eustace

  • University of Exeter - all courses
  • Falmouth Flexible and Falmouth Online
  • PhD students

Hannah Thompson

  • Academy of Music and Theatre

Michelle Wills-Mack

  • School of Entrepreneurship
  • School of Communication Design
  • School of Architectural Design and Interiors

Accessibility and inclusion

Advice and support relating to disability, health conditions and specific learning differences (SpLDs) including dyslexia

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