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Verification Guidelines & Forms

Students with disabilities seeking academic adjustments and accommodations in post-secondary education need to provide documentation to Disability Services, completed by a licensed professional, addressing the functional impact of the disability in an academic setting.

For example, if you have been diagnosed with a neurological disorder such as multiple sclerosis, take the Neurological Disability Documentation Guidelines and Documentation Forms to your treating neurologist to complete. If you have been diagnosed with a psychological disorder such as an anxiety disorder or depressive disorder, take the Psychological Disability Documentation Guidelines and Documentation Forms to your treating psychologist or psychiatrist to complete. If you have been diagnosed with Asperger’s Disorder, ADHD, or a Learning Disorder and have had a thorough Neuropsychological or Psychoeducational assessment which includes all of the elements specified on the Neuropsychological, ADHD, or Learning Disorder documentation forms, you can simply submit that documentation for review. If you have any questions about this information or about which form(s) to use, please contact the office of Disability Services.

ADHD Forms

Learning Disorder Forms

Psychological Disorder Forms

Physical or Health Related Disability Forms

Neuropsychological Impairment Documentation Forms

Deaf or Hard of Hearing Documentation Forms

Blind or Low Vision Documentation Forms

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