Students can feel overwhelmed with deadlines, a likely change of location, managing finances and the pressures of maintaining a good work/life balance. But, there are ways to help minimalize these stressors. We recommend some top tips and apps for anxiety at university.
Expert Resources: mental health
These are the items that relate to mental health found on the AbilityNet website. They may be factsheets, webinars, news stories, blog posts or reports.
Blog Post | Oct 2018
Blog Post | Feb 2018
We use technology to enhance our lives every day by shopping online, keeping up to date with friends and making travel plans, but have you thought about using apps to look after your mental health?
Blog Post | Oct 2016
Last month we focussed on how technology can help people who have invisible conditions. This month we are going to look at how technology can help you if you have a mental health condition.
Factsheet | Jan 2016
This factsheet looks at how you can use your computer to help manage stress more effectively, whether you're at home, at work or in education.Work and study pressures, together with the ‘always on’ culture, can be significant causes of stress. If not managed successfully, more severe stress can lead to long-term sickness, anxiety and depression.
Blog Post | Dec 2015
Mental health issues can be a huge issue for students but Disabled Students Allowances (DSAs) may be able to pay for extra help for students who are struggling with the effects of stress or depression. This blog highlights the types of support that may be relevant as part of our DSA Claim It! campaign