Accommodating Students with Disabilities at BYU. September 9, 2011 Presented by Derek Griner , Ph.D. Activity Instructions. Please use your non-dominant hand to trace the letters on the page that you were given.
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Accommodating Students with Disabilities at BYU
September 9, 2011
Presented by Derek Griner, Ph.D.
BYU has to comply with these laws because we receive
These laws are civil rights laws and are enforced in part by the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) under the Department of Education.
Emotional Disorders (33%)
Chronic Illness (fibromyalgia, Lyme's disease, etc.)(15%)
Learning Disorders (13%)
Physical Disabilities/Mobility (4%)
Deaf/Hard of Hearing (3%)
This is the form that the UAC provides students to be completed by their treating professional.
Michael Adams has this form in an electronic format that may be easier for some.
Generally defined as:
Students are provided with letters to professors on their behalf outlining what accommodations are needed.
Remember, accommodations are designed to offer equal access, not guaranteed success