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Candidate for the position of Neurodivergent and Disabled Students' Officer



Let's make accessibility a priority, not an afterthought!

As a neurodivergent student myself , I understand some of unique challenges that students like me face. There is much still to be done in making sure students can access the good services the LSESU already provides. Furthermore, new projects may be undertaken to put accessibility and inclusion at the forefront, creating a more holistic perspective on disabilities and involvement.

My manifesto is centered around three aims that would add to the existing initiatives the SU runs:

1. Ensuring Activities and Development policy works toward Neurodiverse and Disabled students facing less barriers to inclusion in Clubs and Societiesas well as holding more events throughout the year where accessibility is a priority, not an afterthought. 

2. Providing extra support for students suffering from Chronic Illnesses, who are currently underrepresented by the Student Union’s existing ND&D campaigns and may have difficulty receiving support from the School without specific help.

3. Improving the Advice and Wellbeing services offered by the SU, making them more accessible as well as providing avenues to access support both internally and externally

Together, we can create an SU that works for all disabled and neurodivergent students. If you give me your mandate, I will work tirelessly towards these aims.

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