Documentation and Accommodations

Learning Disabilities Program (LDP) staff work with the Disability Resource Center (DRC) to determine reasonable accommodations for students. Appropriate documentation reflects a student's historical and current level of functioning; describes what substantial impact(s)/limitation(s) the student experiences due to the disability; and includes a diagnostic statement. Documentation may consist of a combination of the following:

  • Neuropsychological Report
  • Psycho-Educational Evaluation
  • Copy of IEP(s)
  • Copy of 504 Plan(s)
  • Copy of Summary of Performance (SOP)