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Re: medical accomodations in school? CareBear04

Posted by Racer on January 26, 2008, at 23:59:10

In reply to Re: medical accomodations in school?, posted by CareBear04 on January 26, 2008, at 18:57:14

> but in my current case, i wouldn't be able to even specify accomodations that would help. things like problems concentrating, remembering, and processing information, racing thoughts that cause more interference, difficulty motivating myself to attend classes, and just the general inability to keep up with the pace of life are definitely debilitating, but they're too vague to be addressed with any targeted measures.

I can think of a few things that might help, as far as accommodations go. The disabilities office probably knows an awful lot more about what they can and can't do than the dean does -- they deal with it daily, the dean may never have had any direct contact with the practical side of disability assistance.

It's worth going in to chat about it. There's likely not much that can be done about attendance, but most of the rest of it can probably be mitigated with some sort of assistance.

By the way, what about dropping one of the classes for this term? Would that be possible for you?




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