Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA)
Your university's student services can tell you about the support available and how to apply for a DSA. This is a grant which can help pay the extra essential costs you may have as a direct result of specific learning differences (SpLDs).
To apply for a DSA, you will need a diagnostic assessment report from an accredited psychologist or specialist teacher.
More information about the DSA can be found in the DfES leaflet Bridging the Gap:
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