In order to receive support from the University of Brescia, you will need to present documentation certifying a specific learning disorder situation (SLD) pursuant to L. 170/2010 in Esse3
- ICD-10: F81.0 - DYSLEXIA: specific reading disorder manifested by a difficulty in decoding texts.
- ICD-10: F81.1 – ORTOGRAPHIC DYSLEXIA: specific writing disorder that manifests itself with difficulty in spelling and phonographic competence.
- ICD-10: F81.2 - DYSCALCULIA: specific disorder relating to the ability of using numbers and calculations that manifests itself with a difficulty in understanding and working with numbers.
- ICD-10: F81.8 - DYSGRAPHIA: specific disorder of handwriting which manifests itself with a difficulty in the motor ability of writing.
Note: The PDP (Personalized Didactic Plan) drawn up by the high school of origin is not valid for the purpose of evaluating and supplying supports during the time at the university and during the admission examinations.
Below you can find the Model for the first Diagnosis of Specific Learning Disorder provided by the Lombardy Region and the List of Teams accredited by the Brescia ATS to carry out the Diagnosis of Specific Learning Disorder:
validity of diagnosis
In case of Specific Learning Disorders, as established by L. 170/2010 (art. 3) and the subsequent Accordo Stato Regioni del 25/7/2012, it is necessary to produce suitable updated diagnostic certification, including neurological examination and neuropsychological tests, issued no more than 3 years ago by structures of the Italian National Healthcare System or by structures and specialists accredited by this institution.
During your university course, however, while awaiting an update, you may still receive support, but on condition that you produce a self-certification indicating the date of the presumed visit to update your diagnosis to be sent to [email protected] and as soon as you receive the new diagnosis, it must be uploaded to your personal page in esse3 by clicking Menu>Secretariat>Declaration of Invalidity.
During admission competitions, unless otherwise specified by the competent ministry, diagnoses not older than three years or made after the age of majority are considered valid.
Visit the page at the following link to have more information:
Durante i concorsi d'ammissione, salvo diverse indicazioni da parte del ministero competente sono ritenute valide le diagnosi non più vecchie di 3 anni oppure redatte dopo il compimento della maggiore età.
Consulta il link di seguito riportato per avere maggiori informazioni al riguardo:
UOC Inclusion, Participation and University Campus
Support for: students with disabilities and SLD
Support for: University Commission for Disabilities
Monday - Thursday: 8.30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 12.00 a.m.
Tel. +39 0302016094
Tel. +39 0302016095
Tel. +39 0302016060
Service Desk online/ in presence:
Tuesdays 9:00-12:00 and Friday 9:00-12:00
toll-free number 800 66 34 23
Monday-Friday: 8.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.
Please, open a ticket for information: