New for 2018, our weekly podcasts are uploaded each Monday and aim to cover all the things you need to know about Wellbeing and Disability Services. Have a listen below, and get in touch with email@example.com to let us know what you'd like to hear next!
Disability Services Manager, Gary McGladdery, discusses the range of services for students with a disability at the University of Huddersfield to support and help them succeed.
Wellbeing Services Manager, Emma Carpenter, discusses the range of services on offer to students of the University of Huddersfield to support and help them succeed at university.
Wellbeing Advisers, Joanne Hellawell and Clare John, discuss same day appointments with the Wellbeing Service. Joanne and Clare talk about what happens at a same day appointment and some of the reasons that students make an appointment to see a Wellbeing Adviser.
4. Same Day Appointments with Disability Services
Disability Adviser, Lauren Gascoigne, discusses same day appointments with the Disability Service. Lauren talks about what happens at a same day appointment and some of the support available to students with a disability.
5. Wellbeing Services Follow On Appointments - Ongoing Support
Wellbeing Advisers, Laura Pickles and Clare John, discuss follow on appointments with the Wellbeing Service. Laura and Clare talk about what support can be offered with ongoing or follow on appointments. They discuss the ways we work with a student to resolve the issues that they face whilst at University of Huddersfield.
6. Wellbeing Services support for Extenuating Circumstances and Extensions
Wellbeing Advisers, Debs Birch and Clare John, discuss how the Wellbeing Service can support students who need to apply for Extenuating Circumstances. Debs and Clare talk about what support can be offered to students who have situations or health issues, both mental and physical, which impact on their studies.
Counsellor, Venessa Ama and Wellbeing Adviser, Clare John, discuss how the Counselling Service supports students at the University of Huddersfield. Venessa and Clare talk about the difference between counselling and a wellbeing service appointment and some of the benefits of having counselling.
Learning Mentor, Mick Berry, and Wellbeing Adviser, Clare John, discuss how learning mentors from Disability Services support students at the University of Huddersfield. Mick and Clare talk about how students with disabilities can benefit from a learning mentor and some of the common disabilities supported by learning mentors.
Mental Health Adviser, Kelly Boyd, and Wellbeing Adviser, Clare John, discuss how Mental Health Advisers from Wellbeing Services support students who may have mental health issues at the University of Huddersfield. Kelly and Clare talk about mental health issues for students and how a Mental Health Adviser can support them throughout their studies.
Student Peer Educators, Lucy and Desiree, and Wellbeing Adviser, Clare John, discuss Report and Support and how Wellbeing Services support students who may have experienced hate crime or hate incidents. Lucy and Desiree explain their role as Peer Educators and the Report and Support website, which support students who are victims of hate crime, hate incidents and situations that have made them feel uncomfortable.
You can find out more about Report and Support, get support, or make a report 24/7 at reportandsupport.hud.ac.uk.