Additional Disability Supports
After registering online, students who desire additional supports will be invited to meet with a member of the Disability Service team on a one-to-one basis to discuss the supports available. The student decides on the level of support that they require.
To avail of the option to meet a Disability Officer for a needs assessment, the student selects the option "I would like to meet one-to-one with a Disability Officer" from the dropdown menu during the online registration process. Upon meeting the Disability Officer, the student will have a full needs assessment and a Learning Educational Needs Assessment (LENS) report will be produced.
Additional Disability Supports include:
Further Additional Disability Supports
- Asperger's Syndrome Support
- Application for Rooms on Campus or Trinity Hall
- Educational Support Work
- Erasmus Disability Support Programme
- Professional Placement Planning
- Respite space
- Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP)
- ISL and captioning provision 2015-2018
Other Student Services
Trinity provides a wide range of student facilities including a health service, counselling services, accommodation, careers advice, and study skills workshops. These services are available to all students, as is Trinity's unique tutorial support service. Please see the Student Services Website for more information on Trinity services.