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Health conditions including mental health

Students with long term health conditions* that impact on their studies may benefit from a King’s Inclusion Plan KIP. The KIP is a document you create in conjunction with a King’s Disability Adviser. KIPs are designed to inform teaching staff that a student has a health condition and how it may affect study. The Disability Adviser will recommend reasonable adjustments to be included in the KIP. Once you are happy with the KIP it is sent to your academic team to implement the adjustments recommended to ensure you have a fair opportunity to participate in the course.

 

*lasting for a year or more

 

You do not have to consider yourself to be disabled to apply for a KIP. Email disability@kcl.ac.uk for more information, or to request an appointment to discuss a KIP and other support available.

 

Disability Support has two Disability Advisers (Mental Health) who are experienced practitioners with mental health qualifications. All staff in the service are experienced in supporting disabled people across the range of impairments and health conditions that can be considered disabilities, which includes long-term mental health conditions. 

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