Essential support for under 25s



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Abigail is our Post of The Month winner voted by the community for the following post:

"Hi there,

Welcome to the boards. Hope you gind it more helpful.

Its hard to find support, sorry that no one will take you to see your gp/doctor i am not sure if this is the same for you but you are aload to book doctors appointments without your parents being there and you can attend them unacccompanied.

Depression and other illness can be quite scary especially when your quite young. Do have a look round the site there are lots of useful articles and information on here.

You are not alone.

Sunday to thursday we have support chats and general chats on at 8pm till 9:30pm if you would like to join them. They are a great way to get to know people and seak support at the same time. Heres the link to the page -

Hope to see you round

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Applying for DSA

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  • Applying for DSA

    Although applying the DSA last I didn't use it at all or seek any support unitll the end of term when things really kicked off.

    Do I need to apply again this year because I've been hearing mixed things?

  • #2
    you have to re apply each year.


    • #3
      Thanks, I was really confused because uni said nope but I guess it's good because theres still time!


      • #4
        from what i know you have to re apply. i might be wrong but theres no harm in it. im sure if you re apply and didnt need to, they will inform you anyway


        • #5
          You don't have to reapply for DSA - the support you were given through your needs assessment rolls on every year you are at uni. I got DSA at uni which is how I know this


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