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Learn New Zealand Sign Language
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Disability Resource Service News
New Zealand Sign Language Courses 2016 - Terms 3 & 4
NZSL course for Term 3 is now full.
For more information or to register your interest for Term 4 please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Courses are open to UC students and staff.
The latest DRS Information Handbook
Please download our 2016 Disability Resource Service Handbook - printable and also formatted for screen reading software.
If you would like a printed hardcopy please come in and see us - they are available at reception.
Spinal Cord Injury Research: Seeking volunteers
UC PhD student Cindy Allison is seeking participants with spinal cord injuries for the final phase of her doctoral research. Please click here for more informtion on the research and how to take part.
One of UC's Latest Graduates
Celebrating UC Graduate Success: Christchurch Mail: Blind graduate lands ideal first position and The Press.
DRS Student Satisfaction Survey 2015 - Read What Students had to Say
Our end of year survey presents general statistics and testimonials from DRS students in 2015 covering the specialist service and the general learning environment for students with disabilities at UC.
Student Survey Results 2015
Research and Information
ADHD Micronutrient Research
UC psychology graduate Dr Heather Gordon's study demonstrates the clinical benefit, feasibility and safety of broad-spectrum micronutrients in the treatment of childhood ADHD.
University of Canterbury Students are promoting mental health as a "Resource for Life"
Please see article on Stuff.co.nz: Amble Through the Gardens for the Good of Mind and Body
See what we have been doing in past years - have a look at our Archive!