• Jessica Doyle | 10 May 2019
    It is an acknowledged problem that university well-being services are over-stretched, under-resourced and unable to accommodate all students in a timely fashion. Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) is a UK government grant which can provide alternative, personalised support to level the playing...
  • Jessica Doyle | 03 May 2019
    Here at AbilityNet our mission is to help to create a world in which digital services are equally accessible to all. An important part of achieving this mission is My Computer My Way, our online resource which provides easy to follow step by step instructions on how to turn on the inbuilt...
  • Jessica Doyle | 29 Apr 2019
    In the latest of our Hack in the Box series, Jessica Doyle looks at free, multiplatform and accessible word processors that have some great things to offer students with autism overcome some of their information processing barriers and unlock their full potential. 
  • Jessica Doyle | 18 Apr 2019
    AbilityNet caught up with Iain Wilson, one of our volunteers in the midlands, to get a first-hand perspective on how his own hearing impairment informs his experience helping others as an AbilityNet ITCanHelp Volunteer. 
  • Jessica Doyle | 04 Apr 2019
    The number of UK university students with dyslexia has risen in recent years to around 5%, not accounting for the number of undiagnosed dyslexic students.
  • Jessica Doyle | 20 Mar 2019
    Continuing our Hack in the Box series, we highlight some of the ways that Google Keep can help students with memory problems.
  • Jessica Doyle | 04 Mar 2019
    In the second of our Hack in the Box series, we highlight some of the ways that Microsoft's OneNote can help improve students' mental health.
  • Jessica Doyle | 15 Feb 2019
    In the first of a new series of 'Hack in the box' blogs, we highlight some of the ways that Microsoft's OneNote can support students with Dyslexia.

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