Updating documentation for learning disabilities
Written diagnostic report from a licensed clinical professional that includes etiology, location, and severity of the injury, residual symptoms, functional limitations, and recommendations.When applicable, include a summary of cognitive and achievement testing used, and evaluation results including sub-test standard/scaled scores and percentiles. Diagnostic statement from a licensed clinical professional that includes etiology, type and severity of the hearing loss, functional limitations, and recommendations.Teams are scheduled to work with students on specified days of the week and during specified times of the day.For example, we may have a team that does Appointment I on Tuesday morning and Appointment II on Wednesday morning.When applicable, include information regarding speech recognition threshold and use of amplification devices.Written diagnostic report from a licensed clinical professional that includes etiology, diagnosis, assessment procedures/instruments, functional limitations and recommendations.When applicable, include phorias, fusional ranges, depth perception, and visual accommodation measurements.
If a disability fluctuates or is progressive, updated information may be requested.
Documentation is kept in a confidential file maintained by Disability services, and is not part of the student’s academic transcript.
Disability Services needs sufficient information to determine eligibility and effective accommodations for each student.
The documentation should provide substantial, clear and convincing evidence that supports the need for academic accommodations.
If a disability fluctuates or is progressive, updated documentation may be required.