These sessions provide short-term, one-to-one support for students who have a mental health difficulty, AD(H)D or on the autism spectrum. It is based on practical tasks and goal setting.
Helping you get the most out of university
We provide support in the following areas:
practical communication skills and booking appointments support.
identifying and engaging with societies and events.
campus orientation and route planning.
time management and routine forming.
improving attendance in lectures and seminars.
familiarisation with Blackboard, MyHallam and email management.
problem solving and anticipating challenges.
use of online and mobile apps and tools.
Accessing practical support sessions
You must be referred by a member of staff in order to access these sessions. To be referred to inclusive support, you should contact a member of Student Support Services who will talk to you about the support you can access. The following staff can refer you:
student support adviser
study needs assessor
international experience adviser
students' union adviser
We will then arrange an appointment where you will fill in a questionnaire to rate your confidence in different aspects of university life. We will discuss what support will be most helpful for you, and agree an action plan. You can access up to six practical support sessions.