Psychological Disabilities

Definition

According to Title 5, psychological disability means a persistent psychological or psychiatric disorder, or emotional or mental illness.

A psychological disability must be verified by an appropriately licensed or certified professional (licensed psychologist, psychiatrist or MFT), and the accommodations for the students with psychological disabilities must adhere to disability-related support services defined in Title 5 regulations and may not include psychotherapy.


Accommodations

Testing Accommodations:

  • Extended time
  • Periodic breaks
  • Distraction-reduced environment


Equipment Loan
:

  • Tape recording of lectures
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