Some disabilities can be verified by observation in Student Disability 服务, such as 的 obvious use of a wheelchair for mobility impairment. O的r disabilities require formal written documentation by a qualified professional not related to 的 student. Documentation must be typed and printed on 的 letterhead of 的 professional. Handwritten notes on prescription pads will not be accepted. A high school IEP or 504 plan is not sufficient documentation.
All documentation of a disability should be current (within 的 past three years), must be signed by a qualified professional, printed on 的 professional’s letterhead, ,包括:
- A diagnosis including 的 type of disability, 当前评估日期, 原诊断日期;
- A description of 的 current functional impact of 的 disability;
- Treatments, medications, and assistive devices currently prescribed or in use;
- 建议 for 的 type of assistive devices or accommodations that could benefit 的 student with a disability;
- The credentials of 的 diagnosing professional.
- 这有帮助 文件指引信(pdf) can be given to your qualified professional to better assist 的m in creating a letter to support your diagnosed needs.
Students with a learning disability must submit a comprehensive report of a psychoeducational assessment performed by a qualified professional (e.g., 有执照的心理学家, 学校心理学家, 神经心理学家, 学习障碍专家, 或psychometrist). 评估应包括:
- 资质: a complete intellectual assessment such as 的 Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-3) with scaled scores and percentiles and/or 的 Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement 用标准分数和百分位数. Documentation must be printed on 的 professional’s letterhead and signed by 的 professional.
- 学术成就: a comprehensive academic achieve battery which includes current levels of functioning in reading, 数学, 口头和书面语言. 可接受的文书包括 Wechsler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT), 的 尼尔森-丹尼阅读测验，或 伍德考克阅读大师测试修订版.
- 信息处理: specific areas of 信息处理 (e.g., 短期和长期记忆, 连续的内存, 听觉和视觉处理, 处理速度, 执行能力, 运动能力). 的子测试的使用 WAIS-3, Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement, Wechsler Memory Scale (WMS-3)是可以接受的.
- 结论: 的 report should conclude with a clinical summary with a diagnosis and suggested accommodations appropriate to 的 learning deficits and strengths of 的 student.
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Students who desire services and accommodations on 的 basis of ADD/ADHD must submit a comprehensive assessment completed by a qualified professional who has experience diagnosing and treating this condition (e.g., 有执照的心理学家s, psychiatrists, neurologists, family physicians). This assessment must include measurements of aptitude, 成就, 信息处理, 以及针对ADD/ADHD的具体措施. A minimum of two assessments must be administered.
- Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-3)
- Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Cognitive Ability
- Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI)
The assessment should be current (within 的 past three years) ,包括:
- dsm - iv diagnosis and description of past and current symptoms
- 叙述总结 of assessment procedures including all scores
- 描述 现在的症状
- 药物治疗的需要 and side effects of how 的 medication will affect 的 student’s academic performance
- 建议 for reasonable accommodations supported by 的 diagnosis and functional impact of 的 disability
Students who desire services and accommodations on 的 basis of psychiatric/psychological disabilities must submit documentation completed by a psychiatrist or 有执照的心理学家 who has experience in treating 的 condition and must include 的 following.
- dsm - iv诊断 and a description of past and present symptoms
- 心理测试 用来做诊断
- Current medications, side affects and compliance issues
- 治疗性干预措施 and compliance to ensure accommodations do not interfere
If you desire 的 accommodation of an emotional support animal please contact 的 Student Disability 服务 Coordinator first at 918-343-6828 before going forward with any documentation.
- 眼的评估 有执照的眼科医生
- Low vision evaluation of residual functioning, if appropriate
- 功能的影响 of 的 visual disability and recommendations for accommodations
- A narrative report from an ophthalmologist 包括诊断和进展
- An audiological evaluation/exam and/or audiogram
- An interpretation of 的 functional impact 听力障碍/耳聋
- 听力学家的叙述性报告 including diagnosis, profession, and recommendations for accommodations.
- 明确的诊断说明 健康/医疗/行动障碍
- 诊断日期及预后 if 的 condition is expected to change over time
- 医疗信息 including 的 impact of medication and side affects, if appropriate
- 建议 for reasonable accommodation that are supported by 的 diagnosis and functional impact of 的 disability