If you qualify for Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs) you will require a Needs Assessment which AbilityNet can provide at our Brighton DSA centre.
Our experienced team will conduct an assessment with you to identify the specialist support you may require.
Phone: 01926 464 095
You will not be personally charged for this assessment. Our fee is paid for by your funding body and the fee charged by this centre for a Needs Assessment is £598.80 (£499.00 + VAT).
Our fee is inclusive of all work required for the duration of your study. If you take a break from studying, start a new course or provide medical evidence to your funding body of an additional disability you may be entitled to a Needs Assessment Review.
Why choose AbilityNet?
AbilityNet is a UK charity that provides specialist services to older people and disabled people of all ages to help them achieve their goals at home, at work and in education. We provide a range of paid for and free services including our free expert resources and free IT support at home from our ITCanHelp volunteers.
"Adam [the assessor] was friendly and efficient. He demonstrated a good understanding of my needs." - Zoe C.
"The assessment process felt quite relaxed. The assessor was very friendly and explained things in a way that I could understand i.e did not use jargon. He went through everything he had written in the report and made sure that I was happy with it all. I would definitely use AbilityNet again. - Lucy K.
Use what3words, an AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2015 winner, for directions:
Several buses stop in front of Brighton train station and we have included walking directions for the journey from the train station to our Brighton DSA centre under the 'By Train' section below.
Bus services that stop at Brighton Station include 6, 7, 12, 14, 21, 27, 37 and 47 but we recommend you visit www.buses.co.uk to plan your journey.
Buses that travel along Terminus road include 27 (Westdene - Saltdean), 14 (Brighton - Newhaven) and 59 (Old Steine - Shoreham Beach). Buses that travel along London Road include 5, 5a, 5b (Central Brighton - Patcham) and 56 (Central Brighton - Hollingbury). Buses that travel along New England Street include 21 (Brighton Station - Brighton Marina).
Nearest train station: Brighton
From the drop off point at the back of the station walk towards the Jury's Inn Hotel. Go down the steps to your right that are just before the hotel. Look directly to your left and cross where you see a pedestrian crossing area. If you look to your right you will see a sign on a wooden fence saying "Brighton Junction" with an arrow pointing left. Head in this direction down two sets of steps and turn sharply to your right at the bottom. The main entrance to Brighton Junction is straight ahead of you.
We recommend that you use online route planning, such as Google Maps, using our postcode: BN1 4GQ
From New England Street, drive up Cross Street, which is in between Church of Christ the King (the Clarendon Centre) and Brewers, and follow it around to the left into Boston Street. Drive straight on until you reach the Brighton Junction entrance.
Alternative parking can be found nearby at Brighton Station car park; head along Stroudley Road and turn left along Billinton Way. The pay and display car park is directly ahead.
Blue Badge parking is available at Brighton Junction (subject to availability). If you have a Blue Badge and require parking please let us know before your assessment and we will reserve a space near to the entrance.