Learning@USYD with a disability
I've found with a disability that if I want to maximise the outcomes of my learning at university, I'm often best to evaluate the services by what I cannot live without versus accepting all the services available that match my disability. This is due to my belief that the relationship between the disability access office and the student is collaborative and thus careful evaluation of what I truly need reduces my load. It is naive for a student to turn up and expect everything set up and ready to go for them. The face of disability access is hugely dynamic and needs to be tailored to the individual.