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Examples of Possible Accommodations

*as adapted from Do-It, University of Washington

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Alternative test location, note taker, extended test time, recording of lectures and discussions, appropriate seating in class, printed materials in alternative format, laptop for note taking, smart pen 

Autism Spectrum Disorder
Alternative test location, appropriate seating in class, permission to leave classroom when disability-related needs arise, alternate assignments for group work and/or class presentations, laptop for note taking, marking answers on exam in lieu of scantron

Blind/Low Vision
Appropriate seating in class, note taking, permission to record lectures and
discussions, printed materials in alternate format, accessible media such as
transcribed audio, electronic copy of exam for use with reading software

Chronic Health Disabilities
Note taking, extended test time, recording of lectures and discussions, alternative test location, permission to take breaks, food/drinks allowed, flexible attendance requirements 

Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Sign Language interpreting and/or Transcribing services, assistive listening device, note taking, accessible media such as captioned videos, permission to leave classroom when disability-related needs arise

Learning Disabilities
Note taking, recording of lectures and discussions, extended test time, laptop for note taking, speech-to-text software, reading software, use of nonscientific calculator, smart pen, printed materials in alternate format

Mobility Disabilities
Note taking, permission to record lectures and discussions, extended test time, alternative test location, permission to leave classroom when disability related
needs arise, speech-to-text software, accessible classroom locations and furniture, laptop for note taking, food/drinks allowed

Pyschological/Emotional Health Disabilities
Flexible attendance requirements, alternative test location, note taking, recording of lectures and discussions, permission to take breaks as disability-related needs arise

Acquired/Traumatic Brain Injuries
Note taking, recording of lectures and discussions, extended test time, permission to leave classroom when disability-related needs arise, use of formula sheet when memorization of formulas is not required

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