Non-Medical Help

For all your disability support needs while you are in learning

Non-Medical Help

Robust recruitment process:

  1. Face-to face interview
  2. Right to work and identity checks
  3. Two reference check and follow up
  4. Completion of our induction program

Compliance assurance:

  1. DBS checks
  2. Lone worker policies
  3. Health & safety procedures
  4. DSA-QAG Quality Assurance Framework

International & apprenticeships

  1. In-class support
  2. Disability support
  3. Individual learning plans
  4. Fast direct referral process

Arrange your NMH support

If you have been awarded Non-Medical-Help (NMH) support, we will 'match' you with a support worker who has the appropriate role specific skills for your needs, for example note-taking or study coaching skills, to support you with your studies.

Work for us

Our recruitment campaign is now underway for all roles for the 2021/2022 academic year. By joining our team you will be offered flexible working hours, excellent rates of pay plus remote working where appropriate.

NMH charge rates

Our charge rates are not fixed and are open to negotiation. If your university has high volumes of DSA overspends or international students that require support, we can help by offering reduced rates.

NMH role descriptions

We recruit for and supply the full range of specialist and non-specialist NMH Support across bands 1-4 on a national basis. Where appropriate, support can be provided remotely ensuring piece of mind and flexibility.