Do you miss being able to go to collect a work planner or yellow slip from the Disability Services Reception?
The Admin Team have created a Virtual Reception that contains all the documents that students would normally be able to pick up from our reception in Rathbone.
Have a question that you would normally ask Tracey or Gemma? Why not try and see if our popular FAQS below can help in the first instance, if not Tracey and Gemma are online during normal working office hours and will answer your e-mails promptly.
If you are new to the Disability Service,please click here for an overview of who we are and what we do.
The Admin Team are always here to help you!
How can I get a PLSP?
You need to take a number of steps:
- Register with Disability Services. You can do so at https://apps.bangor.ac.uk/plsp/applicant/
- Consent to share information. When registering, tick the consent to share information box. See our confidentiality policy.
- Provide us with evidence of disability.
To see what support a PLSP can offer please read Your PLSP Explained.
How do I get a Yellow Slip?
To access the electronic yellow slip:
- Go to your PLSP page.
- Right click on the yellow slip image.
- Right click on the copy image.
- Paste image into a word document.
- Alternatively, the image can be dragged from the PLSP page straight into a word document.
I want to see a Mental Health Adviser
If you have not seen one of our Mental Health Advisers before we ask that you complete this self-assessment form, which will allow the Advisers to understand and respond to, your current situation.
If you have seen a Mental Health Adviser before or already have a PLSP please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I set up my 121 study skills support?
To arrange your one to one specialist study skills and strategy support, please e-mail email@example.com
I need to register with a GP
The University has contracted with one local practice to provide special services for students.
Currently this contract is held by Bodnant Medical Centre, Menai Avenue, Upper Bangor.
Further information can be found here on the Health & Wellbeing page.
You can register with the surgery by completing a GMS1 form.
I want to be assessed for Dyslexia
To book an assessment for Dyslexia please contact the Diagnostic Assessment Service.
If you are unsure whether or not you require the full assessment we also offer a preliminary screening via email questionnaire.
Once this is complete, we will discuss with you the next steps for support which you may require.
The screening questionnaire is free of charge to current and prospective Bangor University students.
To request one of these, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can you help me apply for DSA?
The Assessment Centre has created information to assist in Applying for DSA.
For further guidance please e-mail email@example.com.
If you have already applied for DSA but are unsure how to book your Needs Assessment please contact our Access Centre, who will be able to provide further information and organise booking your Needs Assessment.