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The Student Council wishes to support all blind and visually impaired students. To help them find their way and orientate them in the student house we engaged fellow students. As from 11:30 until 14:00 they will find helpers wearing red t-shirts during the semester. Helpers await them at the entrance hall close to the Info-point.
We see it as our duty to:
- take care of the first-year students
- inform you about the variety of offers in the student house, to help you orientate yourself and inform you about the display window of the University.
- read the daily menu for the blind and visually impaired
- help you recharge your Ucard and exchange bank notes should you need smaller notes.l
- to accompany the visually impaired to the dining halls, help them choose a meal, and take great care that their guide-dogs stay calm in the masses of students coming for meals daily.
- find a dining space for the visually impaired
- support the visually impaired during their meal time (eg fetching drinks, cutting meat etc) should they want us to do so.
- clean away the crockery and trays for the visually impaired and accompany them to the exit.
Blind and visually impaired students feel well taken care of in the student house. This is very important to help them enjoy a stress-free meal, and feel at home at at University. It is important to us to play an active role in establishing equal rights for the physically disabled, and support their integration in daily student life.
Responsible: Hans-Heinrich Emmerich - Last Modified: 1. October 2007