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Amano is a non-medical help specialist supporting students in higher education and apprenticeships as well as people in the workplace. Visit for the latest information about our specialist support.


Amano Technologies provides a range of services:


  • Student Support: Learning Support for Students with Disabilities in Higher Education

  • Apprentice Support: Learning Support for apprentices with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities (LDDs)

  • Workplace Support: Help for People with Disabilities at work

Non-Medical Help Learning Support

Amano is an accredited Disabled Students Allowance Non-Medical Help Provider. We pride ourselves on the prompt, personal and professional service that we offer.

We deliver Specialist Learning Support, One-To-One Mentors and Assistive Technology Training to students receiving the Disabled Students Allowance in higher education across throughout Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset and Hampshire.

We also provide learning support services directly to Universities and Colleges for students who are funded directly by their institution.

Access to work

We are a provider of services and training for people receiving help through the Access to Work Programme.

Access to Work is a publicly funded employment support programme that aims to help more disabled people start or stay in work.

It can provide practical and financial support if you have a disability or long term physical or mental health condition.

You can apply for an Access to Work grant online.

Apprentice Learning Support

Amano Apprentice Learning Support provides apprentice learners with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities (LDDs) the opportunity to access a tailored support programme that will aid them to achieve in the learning outcomes of their apprenticeship programme.

Via funding from The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), we can provide additional, excess and exceptional learning support to help apprentices with learning difficulties and disabilities including:

• Diagnosed disability or long term illness
• Mental health condition
• Specific learning difficulties
• Autistic spectrum conditions