DISABLED STUDENTS ALLOWANCE
DSA Non Medical Help Information
This information is for technical needs assessors and assessment centres to review the support opportunities offered by Senclude in relation to Disabled Students Allowance. Senclude is happy to work with all DSA entitled learners at all levels of learning in Higher Education.
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Band 4 Specialist Access and Learning Facilitators:
Specialist Support Professional for students with Vision Impairment: £60.00ph
Specialist 1:1 Study Skills Support - SpLD: From £60.00ph
Specialist 1:1 Study Skills Support - AS: From £60.00ph
Assistive Technology Training – AST: From £60.00ph
Specialist Mentor – AS: £60.00ph
Band 3 Specialist Enabling Support:
Specialist Notetaker for Visually Impaired (VI) students - including Braille: From £35.00ph
Specialist Transcription Service: From £35.00ph
Mobility Trainer: From £65.00ph
As part of Senclude’s Inclusive Practice and Equality of Provision the following considerations must be applied to any Needs Assessor considering using Senclude as an Non-Medical Help provider. Senclude is supported by SFE in this instance.
Visually Impaired staff require screen sharing to be built into the recommendation of support in both face to face support and distance support sessions. This so that any Visually Impaired member of staff can view through use of Assistive Technology, in real time, the learner’s computer screen and advise with more confidence on learning points under review in each support session.
In the spirit of lowering carbon emissions, sometimes it may not be necessary to be sat side-by-side to have a Support Session and therefore, Positive Environmental Actions are fully supported by Senclude and we hope supported by you too!