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accessing higher ground 2010

Accessing Higher Ground 2010

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Presented byAura M. Hirschman, MS, CRCMelissa Lemke, MSRoger O. Smith, OT, Ph.D., FAOTA, Fellow RESNAand theACCESS-ed Project and UDITEACH Project Teams

The ACCESS-ed Project was and now the UD ITEACH Project is supported in part by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Post-secondary Education, PR/Awards #P333A050090 and # P333A080071, respectively. The opinions contained in this publication are those of the grantees and do not necessarily reflect those of the U.S. Department of Education.

  • The A3 Conceptual Model - How campuses serve the needs of students with disabilities

(Smith, Edyburn and Schwanke)

  • The UW System White Paper
  • The ACCESS-ed Project – A Demonstration Project to Ensure that Students With Disabilities Receive a Quality Higher Education
  • Project Impact
  • The UD ITEACH Project
the a3 model
The A3 Model
  • Advocacy
  • Accommodation
  • Accessibility

Conceptual model for how organizations address the needs of people with disabilities

in what stage
In What Stage?

Drumroll when the bar moves to the right

project overview what s it all about
Project Overview – What’s It All About?

DARCs – Bottom up and Top down approach

Tools and Resourceson the Web




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Presenter Options, Including Universal Access Features
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