What is specialist mentoring and how do I access this?

Whilst the Wellbeing Service endeavours to provide support during difficult times, this may not be as regular as some students require. DSA can provide some students (with a mental health or ASC condition) consistent support through the allocation of a specialist mentor. Hours will vary depending on the outcome of your DSA application. To find out more, visit our Non-Medical Helper's Allowance webpage.

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