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Register with DASS

What does registering with the Disability Advisory and Support Service mean?

If you would like to receive disability support through the Disability Advisory and Support Service [DASS], you will need to register with us. Registering means filling in this registration form and providing medical evidence. These are needed to start off the process of accessing your support.

We won’t tell anybody about you contacting or registering with us, unless you give us permission to.

If you do want support, we may have to tell some people to be able to put it in place, but only with your consent.

If you register with the Disability Advisory and Support Service this does not mean that you are ‘registered disabled’ and your information is always confidential.


How do I register?

In order to register, you will need to complete a Disability Advisory and Support Service registration form and provide evidence of your disability.


Completing the form

When completing the consent levels on the form, you need to tick just one of the four boxes on page one.

If you tick the fourth box on page one, you will also need to complete an additional confidentiality form.

Getting the form back to us

You can return the form to us either by e-mailing it, posting it, or bringing the form to our office, along with some evidence of your disability.


Post DASS, Second Floor, University Place, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PL


Still not sure? Do you need any help with the form?

If you have a question, please contact us.

Alternatively, you can complete the form here in the Disability Advisory and Support Service with one of our team. To do this, you will need to book a Quick Query appointment