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Disabled Students Allowance


The UK's premier company supplying assistive technology and services to students in receipt of the Disabled Students Allowance since 1996. With offices and forward stock locations covering the whole of the UK, and an unrivalled team of full-time Installers and Trainers, we offer a comprehensive and professional service that is unrivalled in our industry.
We would like to thank our suppliers and all the delegates who attended our Spring Workshops 2014 and made this year’s event so successful.


Non Medical Help


At Barry Bennett we have a dedicated team of support workers who provide specialist one-to-one support for disabled students in the North West who are eligible for Non Medical Help as part of their Disabled Students Allowance.

Click Non Medical Help for further information on the services we can provide.

Ergonomic Assessments


We offer an ergonomic workstation assessment service for DSA students, on referral from their DSA Assessor.

The service is free of charge and looks holistically at the student’s working environment in their home or place of study. Find our more here – Ergonomic Assessments

Training


Assistive Technology Training for speech recognition, mind mapping and screen reading software, in addition to a wide range of assistive hardware.
Disability Awareness Training provides an enhanced understanding of the requirements of disabled people. DSE Assessor Training qualifies your H&S staff to confidently carry out basic DSE Assessments.
Visit our Online Store to browse our complete range of ergonomic chairs, accessories and assistive technology.

News

Barry Bennett

Assistive Technology Trainers – For London and South East, Liverpool and Leeds

We have a vacancies for Assistive Technology Trainers in London and South East, Liverpool and Leeds. These positions will cover training our clients in the use of assistive hardware and software, on-site at our customer’s premises throughout the regions covered.

More Information. Here