The needs of many students can be met with a copy of written instructions or preferential seating. If a sign language interpreter is requested, documentation should explain why a written copy of oral instructions is insufficient.

Be sure your rationale for specific accommodations focuses on the following: Students requesting extended time should document difficulty taking timed tasks, include the amount of extended time required or the maximum amount of time the student can be tested in a day, and include current scores on timed and untimed/extended time tests.

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Difficulty Lifting or Transferring Patients: Psychiatric impairment, also called "mental illness," refers collectively to all diagnosable mental disorders.

Mental disorders are health conditions that are characterized by alterations in thinking, mood, and/or behavior.

See Accommodation Documentation Guidelines for documentation requirements specific to extended time, computer use, and other typical accommodations.

Establish the evaluator’s professional credentials. Medical doctors, including otorhinolaryngologists (ear, nose, and throat specialists) and otologists (ear specialists), are qualified to provide diagnosis of hearing disorders in support of accommodation requests.

Employers are encouraged to contact JAN to discuss specific situations in more detail.

For information on assistive technology and other accommodation ideas, visit JAN's Searchable Online Accommodation Resource (SOAR) at limitation can be documented in a variety of ways: It’s not enough to say that a student has a hearing impairment; documentation must show why the student needs the requested accommodations.Some students who receive accommodations in school may not require accommodations on College Board exams.Memory Deficits: Motor impairment, as used in the publication, refers to limitations in motor movements such as walking, lifting, sitting, standing, typing, writing, gripping, and maintaining stamina.Many conditions cause motor or mobility impairment, including multiple sclerosis, cancer, stroke, spinal cord injury, cumulative trauma disorder, back condition, arthritis, and heart condition.She called JAN seeking a stethoscope that will work with her hearing aids in.