Disability services encourage the integration of students with disabilities in university life. In particular, they aim to remove obstacles of various kinds and to concretize conditions of equal opportunities for study and treatment. The solutions identified are the result of a shared design between the student and
the operators of the four areas of intervention: welcome point, counselling, pedagogy and technology. In the meanwhile, monitoring and signalling activities of architectural barriers are carried out.
- Students who live a condition of exclusion due to
temporary or permanent disability, in order to encourage their participation in university life;
- To the university staff to ensure the best possible interaction with students with disabilities.
services and specific solutions for the access to the University study through
the realization of an individualized project agreed with the student, with the
aim of improving the inclusion in the academic context and the participation in
the University life.
In this context, particular importance assumes the
accompanying activity carried out by the volunteers of the National Civil
Service who collaborate with the centre.
All activities are developed in an
interdisciplinary manner thanks to the combined action of the following areas:
It is the entry point of the whole process; It
welcomes the student with disabilities who, in an autonomous way or together
with the family, is addressed to the center with the intent to address the
problems of participation in the university life.
emotional support to students who live a difficulty linked to their disability
and who encounter an impediment in the continuation or completion of their
pedagogical and didactic support that supports students with disabilities in
participating in university activities (lessons, workshops, etc.)
in agreement with the teachers the equivalent modalities for the examination
students with advice, training and technical assistance on technologies in
general and on specific technological solutions for people with disabilities;
It also produces educational material in an accessible format for students who