Disability Policies

 

The University of Bolton has a series of policies regarding disability for students and staff to refer to. These are all available online for you to read and download.

Policies

The links below are to policies and procedures that have been written by the Disability Service for reference by staff and students:

Disclosure Form

  • For use by staff members when a student discloses a disability. This should be completed with the student and then passed to the Disability Service.

Disclosure Guidance Notes

  • For use by staff completing a student disclosure form.

Referral Form

  • This form is to be completed by the student and sent to the Disability Service when a student discloses a disability/health condition/mental health difficulty.

Notification Procedure

  • The procedure used by the Disability Service when notifying a student’s academic school of their individual requirements and arising reasonable adjustments.

Procedure for Individual Examination Arrangements

  • Policy and procedure used by the Disability Service when a student requires individual examination arrangements.

Individual Examination Arrangements Flowchart

  • Flowchart to summarise the Individual Examination Arrangements Procedure.

Policy on Student Mental Health

  • The policy offers support and advice to students plus sources of support for staff in assisting students with mental health difficulties.

Guidelines on Student Mental Health and Well-Being

  • Basic guidance for staff on identifying warning signs, symptoms and behaviour for students to identify mental health difficulties and to promote positive mental health.

Sources of Support for Staff in Assisting Students with Mental Health Difficulties

  • Support networks contact details with a view to informing or advising students on possible sources of appropriate support across the university.

The Charter for Non-Medical Help Providers

  • The University of Bolton expects all NMH providers supporting their students to adhere to the principles of the NMH charter and has adopted these principles to ensure students using these providers receive a quality service.

Information for Students on arranging non-medical helper (NMH) support with the University of Bolton's partnership providers

  • An information sheet outlining how you can access your non-medical helper support using the University of Bolton’s chosen support suppliers.

Information for Students on recruiting your own non-medical helper (NMH) support

  • An information sheet outlining how you can access your non-medical helper support using your own chosen support supplier.

SpLD Marking Guidelines

  • Guidelines for academic staff to use when marking the work of students with Specific Learning Difficulties.

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