Accessibility Coordinators review documentation and determine eligibility according to the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). There is no "exact formula" for determining a disability. However, here is what we look for in documentation. However here are the things we look for in documentation:
You may speak with an Accessibility Coordinator at any time with questions about how to best locate the type of information we need to evaluate your eligibility and provide effective accommodations.
ADHD, Mental Health, Chronic Medical Conditions and/or Sensory related Disabilities: Since SAS is interested in how your condition may impact you, we have provided a form you may share with your medical professional in order to help document the information we need. You may access a Disability Documentation Form form on our website.
The preferred method of documenting a learning disability is through a current, comprehensive, adult-normed psycho-educational test battery with a statement of diagnosis, functional limitations resulting from the disability, and type of learning disability. If you received services in high school, this is often contained in the Multi-Factored Evaluation (MFE). IEP’s, Section 504 Plans, or a Summary of Performance from your high school may or may not provide sufficient information. If your documentation does not meet the preferred standards, consider sending the documentation you have for review, along with documents that show the history of your accommodations.