I have a disability but don’t require any support – do I still need to come and see you?


Even though you feel that support isn't needed right now, it is advisable speaking with a Disability Caseworker about the support that may be available to you. There may be assistance available that you weren’t aware of or hadn’t even considered that you may find useful. If you still feel that you don’t require support following the meeting with a Disability Caseworker, that is fine. You can always come back in to speak to a Disability Caseworker at any time should you change your mind at a later date.  

Please contact the Disability Office at: disability@swansea.ac.uk

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