Prospective Students



National University of Ireland


Association for Higher Education Access and Disability


Central Applications Office


Higher Education Authority

General Disability Links

General Disability Sites


Information for Students with a Disability Attending Third Level


Disability Information for Students and Professionals


National Council for Special Education


National Disability Authority


Central Remedial Clinic


Disability Federation of Ireland





Practical Tips for Study, Home and Employment 

Box of Ideas 


Umbrella Organisation Representing DCD Groups

Movement Matters


Other Useful Links

Cerbral Palsy 

Cerebral Palsey Guidance







Toolkits for Success


Information for students going on work experience or work placement


Learning supports for students with disabilities undertaking field work and related activities


Recruiting people with disabilities


Disclosure on Epilepsy


Information on employment for Deaf and Hard of hearing


Information on employment for people with Mental Health difficulties


Working with a visual impairment


Information on training and courses


Emplyability Service Cork

Assistive Technology


Assistive Technology Courses


The staff of the Regional Resource Centre in AT run a number of courses for primary and secondary school teachers interested in finding out more about Assistive Technology applications.  The expected outcomes of the courses are to provide teachers with a basic knowledge of the software available to enhance the education of children with special needs.

Information on forthcoming courses will be advertised on this website.

The DSS also has an AT Outreach Programme, that aims to enhance access to Higher Education for students with disabilities, by promoting the awareness of AT. For more information please click AT Outreach Programme  

Other Services 


  • Liaison and support of students with disabilities studying in Colleges of Further Education.
  • Liaison with Support Teachers for students with disabilities in Primary and Second Level education.
  • Provide advice and training, to those working with students with disabilities in an educational setting, on issues of assistive technology and choosing the right equipment to match the students needs and where to source this equipment.
  • Host Seminars and Conferences on Assistive Technology for people with disabilities - open to the general public.  


For information on using Read and Write softeware in exams please click

UCC Links

 UCC Campus Accommodation and Studentpad


IT Services for Students




Student Services

Disability Support Service

Seirbhís Tacaíochta do Dhaoine faoi Mhíchumas

South Lodge, UCC, College Road, Cork