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  • State Activity Titles as specified in the NMH Services Reference

Practical Support Assistant / Library Support Assistant / Reader / Scribe / Workshop & Laboratory Assistant / Sighted Guide / Proof Reader / Study Assistant / Examination Support Worker / Manual Notetaker / Communication Support Worker / Electronic Notetaker / Specialist Transcription Service / Mobility Trainer / Specialist Mentor / Specialist One to One Study Skills Support / British Sign Language Interpreter / Language Support Tutor (for deaf student) / Assistive Technology Trainer

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Click through to Support Worker Charge Rates and Funding Body Info

Non-Medical Help Services Reference Manual

SFE and DSA-QAG Related

  • For practitioners with DSA enquiries - Tel 01325 215194 (this number is not for students)
  • For practitioners with queries relating to policy and regulations - Tel 0845 602 0583 (this number is not for students)
  • For Needs Assessors or Disability Advisors submitting information on late, final year applicants
  • For DSA QAG Approved Assessment Centres and Equipment Suppliers - UK Site
  • [ DIUS Report on Disabled Students and HE]

Useful links / sites

  • Accessible Technology Coalition - - A resource with lots of articles and reviews or current resources and technologies - US Site
  • AHEAD - Association on Higher Education and Disability - - US Site but international membership
  • Alliance for Technology Access -ATA - - a network of community-based resource centers dedicated to providing information and support services to children and adults with disabilities, and increasing their use of standard, assistive, and information technologies - US Site
  • ATIP - - NNAC's Assistive Technology Implementation Practitioner Framework
  • DisabledGo - - detailed, personally surveyed information to universities, Further Education colleges and schools - UK Site
  • EduApps - - Eight free software collections - from The JISC Regional Support Centre Scotland North & East] - UK Site
  • EmpTech - - database and information resources on AT to help those with specific difficulties or disabilities work and study more effectively including product descriptions, links to manufacturers, suppliers with addresses as well as other related resources including advice and training guides where available - UK Site - UK Site
  • European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education - - An independent and self-governing organisation established by member countries to act as their platform for collaboration regarding the development of provision for learners with special educational needs - may be useful for information on provision in EU Countries
  • Foundation for Assistive Technology - FAST - - Works with the AT community to support innovation in product development and good practice in service provision - UK Site
  • IPAT - North Dakota Interagency Program for Assistive Technology - - The Interagency Program for Assistive Technology (IPAT) is a non-profit organization that strives to bring assistive technology into the lives of all North Dakotan’s that need it - good range of AT related resources and blog - US Site
  • LexDis 2.0 - - Supported by the University of Southampton Student Centredness Fund to share strategies related to the use of technology for studying] - UK Site
  • National Registers of Communication Professionals working with Deaf and Deafblind People - NRCPD - - UK Site
  • PEPNet - - Advancing Educational Opportunities for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing] - US Site
  • RESNA - - Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America - US Site
  • SERI - - Special Education Resources on the Internet - Portal - US Site with international links
  • SETT Framework - - developed by Joy Zabala (2005), is an organisational instrument to help collaborative teams create student-centred, environmentally useful, and tasks-focused tool systems that foster the educational success of students with disabilities] - US Site
  • WATI - WATI - Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative:- A Resource Manual - Assessing Students’ Needs for Assistive Technology - US Site

Mailing Lists



  • - NADP Mailing List - UK List - NADP offers membership to individuals and institutions. It provides codes of practice, peer support, conferences and educational events, a legal helpline service and much more - requires NADP membership - for joining details