The offices of Preventive Medicine and Disability Services come together to study and assess students' needs in order to plan arrangements.
Academic advisors and training assistants are also involved in developing accommodations, which are then implemented by Disability Services and each academic department.
Curriculum Timetable Adjustments
The curriculum can be adapted (e.g. extended, split up, or skipped for a year) in coordination with academic advisors. Attendance waivers can be granted and report deadlines can be extended.
The university will financially compensate another student in the same class as the disabled or sick student to take notes for them. The Disability Services office also offers a free photocopy card.
Academic support can be provided by a student at a higher level (2 hours a week on average). This can be done at the university or at the student's home.
Various devices are available on loan, including a braille block, a notebook computer, a reading machine, specific software programs (Antidote, Dragon, Jaws, etc.) and more.