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Access to learning for students with disabilities


Whilst accommodation must be made pre-emptively to reduce barriers to access to education over a range of types of disability – and degrees of these disability impacts to the person in relation to learning along a spectrum of these disabilities – it can only be once the specific challenges and needs of a student are known in relation to their subject – and how the student will study it: campus, e-learning or blended, full or part-time – that a more tailored or an alternative response can be offered.

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