Does anyone know if hypothyroidism qualifies for DSA?
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- 23-06-2016 19:20
- 23-06-2016 19:28
if severe it may I cannot confirm though
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- 23-06-2016 19:32
Only if it causes you to have study needs.
- 23-06-2016 20:55
If there are symptoms to your hypothyroidism which will interrupt or disrupt your ability to study, how easily you're able to get to campus etc., then you can get assistance via DSA. If your condition will have no impact on your life at uni, then you will not get anything via DSA.
DSA is also awarded only for uni-specific problems. It will not help with problems you would have experienced whether or not you were at uni. For example, diabetics cannot get DSA help to buy diabetic-friendly food.