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Thokozile Thulo
Thokozile Thulo says the UFS has changed its focus in supporting students with disabilities.

The Centre for Universal Access and Disability Support (CUADS) has recently opened a permanent office on the Qwaqwa Campus The centre aims to ensure that the University of the Free State increasingly becomes a universally accessible higher-education institution which embraces students with various disabilities.

Thokozile Thulo, CUADS Assistant Officer at Qwaqwa said: “Our focus has changed from ‘special’ accommodation for individuals to the creation of a learning environment that is welcoming and empowering to all students. Integrated learning and education methodologies and processes are being researched and developed to create more awareness among lecturing staff. This incorporates universal design, faculty instruction and curricula.” 

The CUADS office assists students to gain access to study courses, learning materials, various buildings and residences, computer facilities and specialised exams and tests. For visually-impaired students, study material and textbooks in Braille, audio, e-text or enlarged format are provided. 

The office also supports students with various psychosocial and chronic conditions such as epilepsy and panic disorder, as well as learning difficulties such as dyslexia and hyperactivity. “In addition, we support students with special arrangements such as extra time for tests and exams,” said Thokozile.

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Sports Medicine Clinic is presenting a Cricket Seminar

The University of the Free State’s (UFS) Sports Medicine Clinic is presenting a Cricket Seminar:

DATE: Friday, 5 October 2007
TIME: 18:00-21:00
VENUE: CR Swart Auditorium, UFS Main Campus

The following topics will among others be discussed:

  • Conditioning for a Cricketer
    Adrian le Roux (Conditioning Coach, Free State Cricket Union until 2001)
  •  Injuries in Cricket
    Sunet Liebenberg (Physiotherapist of the Good Year Eagles Cricket Team)

Those who are interested, can contact Ms Arina Otto at 051 401 3325 or  before/on 2 October 2007.

Please confirm your attendance with me by Thursday, 4 October 2007 at 12:00.



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