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Introducing the new DSA Quoting System from iansyst

This week, iansyst have launched the new www.itspc.co.uk – the online quoting system for Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) Assessors. The quoting system allows DSA Assessors to complete quotes at all times and makes quoting an easy, simple process. Follow the … Continue reading

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Thank you to all who attended Scotland Assess 2015

On Friday 4th December, iansyst held our annual Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) Assessor Event in Edinburgh, Scotland Assess 2015. The event was sponsored by Claro Software and was a great day for assessors to find out about the latest assistive … Continue reading

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iansyst Assistive Technology Conference sponsored by Texthelp

iansyst’s Assistive Technology Conference sponsored by Texthelp took place at the Hilton in Sheffield on Thursday 28th May. The event showcased the latest developments in assistive technology software and hardware including Texthelp, Nuance, Matchware, Claro Software, Olympus and many more. … Continue reading

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No Minister! DSA spend is **NOT** increasing by 10% a year.

After the debate on Tuesday iansyst Chair Ian Litterick sent the following email to the participants in the debate: Dear Nick Boles In today’s parliamentary  debate on Assistive Technology (http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Main/Player.aspx?meetingId=16567 from 11:00) you responded  purely about the cost of the … Continue reading

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DSA students have lower incomes than average

DSA claimants by household income The following graph shows DSA claimants by household income as recorded in their maintenance grant application. 28% don’t declare an income, probably because they know they have too much for a maintenance grant. 21% have … Continue reading

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