Disabled Students

Hey! I'm Sarah (she/her), a second year geographer, and I'm your Mental Health and Disabilities Officer! As part of the welfare team, I am here to support you through your time at Robinson. Please feel able to come for a chat (or a coffee), drop me an email, or DM me. More specifically, my role is to point you towards support for any difficulties you might be facing relating to mental health and disability support, whether that be in college, your personal life, or in university life as a whole. We all have mental health, so please don't feel that you can't come for a chat with me because you don't self-define as disabled, or you're worried that your issue "isn't that serious"- if it's bothering you, it matters.

You can contact me at [email protected], come to my drop ins, or facebook message me.

Resources

Disability Resource Centre

The University offers a wide range of services for disabled students and employs a dedicated full-time team at the Disability Resource Centre. They can help you with claiming any support the university offers disabled students. www.disability.admin.cam.ac.uk
Keynes House, 24a Trumpington Street, Cambridge

Disabled Students' Campaign

The Disabled Students' Campaign is run by an elected CUSU sabbatical officer. The Campaign exists with the aim of uniting and representing disabled students at Cambridge University and holds forums twice a term in pursuit of these aims. www.disabled.cusu.cam.ac.uk