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What Your Disabled Students Want You to Know

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Following the success of the 'What Your Disabled Students Want You to Know' panel for staff in term 1, Warwick Enable and the Disabled Students' Officer are collaborating again to organise a second event focusing on mental health conditions.

You can watch a recording of the first panel event here.

This event will provide open and honest accounts of life as a disabled student with mental health conditions at the university, as well as giving you a safe space to ask the questions you may have always wondered about but haven’t been sure if it is appropriate to ask. This is a unique and unusual opportunity to have a ‘no holds barred’ discussion with disabled students covering a broad spectrum of mental health conditions.

This event will take place on Wednesday 3rd March 2021 at 4pm on Microsoft Teams. 

We have a wide range of students, undergrads and postgrads, discussing lived experiences with conditions such as bipolar disorder, c-ptsd, borderline personality disorder, dissociative disorders, depression, and anxiety.

To sign up to receive the link to the Teams event closer to the time, please complete this short form.

If you have any questions you would like to ask the panel anonymously, you can submit them here.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Enable President Eleanor Hassall via e.hassall@warwick.ac.uk


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