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People with Mental Health Issues and Neurodiversity Should be Able to Thrive in Academia

I am diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, and an eating disorder. This combination of differences and issues has made my time at university more difficult, sometimes insurmountable, often darker. It has meant things have not been easy. However, I believe that this does not have to be the case. I believe people with mental health issues and neurodiversity should be able to thrive in academia.

My Experiences as a Student Dealing with an Invisible Disability

As it’s Disability History Month, I wanted to talk about my experiences as a student dealing with an invisible disability that people don’t always expect to be a ‘disability’: my mental health condition. In fact, for people in their 20s, the most common category of disability, more widespread than physical, social or cognitive disabilities, is a mental health diagnosis.



Tue 28th September

Meet Your 2021/22 Officer Team
28th September 10am - 11am
SU HQ, Kevin Gately Room (First Floor)
Our elected team of Student Officers work closely with the SU's dedicated Staff Team and the Board of Trustees to ensure that everything we do is in your best interests.

Thu 30th September

Disabled Students' Association
30th September noon - 1pm
Microsoft Teams
This welcome event is a great opportunity to connect with other disabled students and find out what's on offer here at Warwick!

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