Students must submit qualified clinical documentation for the purpose of seeking accommodations. Please note that a diagnosis in and of itself, is not a sufficient rationale for a request for accommodations. Our evaluation of documentation can include consultation with at least one clinical consultant in addition to a meeting with the student before we make a final service eligibility determination. With the student's written permission, we may need to consult with the original evaluator when documentation guidelines have not been followed or information is otherwise unclear. In some cases, students may need to contact their evaluators or initiate another evaluation directly to coordinate the provision of updated documentation. Should documentation not sufficiently meet our guidelines, students are responsible for incurring the cost of additional evaluations. Students with disabilities must keep a copy of their clinical documentation for their own records.
- Guidelines for Documenting Learning Disabilities
- Guidelines for Documenting ADHD/ADD
- Guidelines for Documenting Mental Health Conditions
- Guidelines for Documenting Sensory, Mobility, or Health Conditions