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Support for disabled Students

The University of Pécs was the first in Hungary to set up a support unit for the disabled (with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, disability, limited vision, hearing impairment, etc.) students or lecturers to facilitate the conduct of their lives.

 

Services regarding studies

  • Help during studies-related administration
  • Reading out and recording lecture notes (for students with visual impairment)
  • Lending special equipment
  • Help during library visits
  • Help in typing or editing or printing written documents (e.g. assignments)
  • Visual information „translated“ into acoustic information, reading out charts (for students with hearing impairment)
  • Typing and editing notes, information (for students with hearing impairment)
  • Accompanying and transport within and out of the university campus
  • Photocopying, amplification of written texts
  • Other forms of help to read out texts
  • Lifting (for students with reduced mobility), transportation

 

Transportation Service

The aim of this service is to ease access to public services and education. The service uses a special minibus equipped for persons with special needs. An electric lifting machine and special fixing equipment make transport possible especially for people using a wheelchair. (Of course we are ready to transport students with other disabilities as well.)

The service minibus is available when:

  • approaching the University
  • visiting public services (hospitals, library, offices, etc.)
  • going home
  • or during other transportation tasks

 

Mental Care

We help you keep contact with your environment (chats, common events, transportation, etc.). 

  • Proper treatment for possible mental harm (finding the proper expert, if needed)
  • Preventing crisis situations, treating actual crisis situations

 

Events

  • Club afternoons (e.g. movie nights on demands of the students) with transportation to the university and home
  • Reading out journals with actual news from the world
  • Chats
  • Going outdoors with help
  • Visiting cultural or sport events

 

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