Accommodating hearing impairedd classroom
She enjoyed the “hands-on” face-to-face work with clients, and she understood the lectures well, but she struggled with required readings, note-taking during class, conducting literature reviews, taking written exams and completing papers on time.
In the past, she would stay up late every night to complete the readings and she received additional time on essay exams.
It is the also the responsibility of students who seek disability-related accommodations and services to provide written documentation of their disabilities.
Postsecondary schools are not obligated to provide personal services relating to certain individual academic activities.Most often, the student is advised to initiate the accommodation process with the disability resource center or office on campus.This office then determines whether the student is eligible for services and, if so, coordinates appropriate accommodations and services based on the documentation provided and in consultation with the student and other professionals, as appropriate.A student may need an auxiliary aid or service in order to successfully complete a course exam.
This may mean that a student be allowed to give oral rather than written answers.
Personal attendants and individually prescribed devices are the responsibility of the student who has a disability and not of the institution.