There are several sources of support for third level students with disabilities. As well as your on-campus and faculty supports, one of the most important is AHEAD (Association for Higher Education Access and Disability).
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- Equality Authority (Republic of Ireland)
- Equality Commission for Northern Ireland
- AHEAD (Association for Higher Education Access and Disability): provides information for students and graduates with disabilities.
- GET AHEAD blog: the National Forum of Graduates with Disabilities
- Diversity Champions Programme: A GLEN programme focused on delivering positive workplace change for the LGBT community in Ireland