Arden Chaplin

Disabilities Officer

Key Points

  • Raise awareness of different types of disabilities
  • Provide forum for open conversation about what disability means
  • Further accessibility to all with disabilities across the university
  • Engage with university staff to improve understanding of needs
  • Ensure all people with disabilities feel valued, supported and heard

Why vote for me?

Hi! I’m Arden and I have an invisible disability. This means that I am disabled, but you wouldn’t necessarily know that just by looking at me. I would like to be the new disabilities officer to represent all disabled students across the university. A key aim of mine is to continue to raising awareness of different types of disabilities by starting an open conversation about what it really means to be disabled. I want to further the work of the previous disabilities officer to make all...(click here to read more...)

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What does SUSU mean to you? If you were to define its values in 5 words, what would they be?

To me SUSU is a much needed element of my university life. Through societies, sports, representation and support. It is where I have met the kindest and most supportive people in my life today. For many SUSU is distraction from academic stress, a way to meet people that understand them in a way no one else can or a connection to things that are important to them. SUSU is a way to learn new things, meet new people and find yourself. In 5 words the values that come to mind are: Advocacy Support Connection Diversity Inclusivity

This question was also asked to Aimee OrchelAnswered by Arden on 28/02/20 16:19


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