Documentation for Learning Disabilities
Health care providers should submit the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Documentation may be faxed to 509-335-8511 (confidential fax).
Learning Disabilities are a group of neurologically based difficulties that negatively impact a student’s ability to demonstrate specific academic skills. In the educational setting, these disabilities may interfere with speaking, listening, reading, writing, spelling, or computation. Such difficulties are not a reflection on a student’s overall intellectual ability.
The following guidelines are provided in the interest of assuring that the evaluation and report are most useful for documenting eligibility and identifying appropriate academic adjustments and/or auxiliary aids. The documentation should:
- A DSM-V or ICD diagnosis of a learning disability and/or clinically significant results as demonstrated in psycho-educational test scores.
- If psycho-educational testing is included, it should be performed at the adult level. However, child level testing performed within 2 years of submission will also be considered.
- A description of the current impact/limitations of the disability with specific focus on barriers to the educational environment.
Documentation should be from a qualified healthcare provider and include:
- Contact information
- License number
- Signature or electronic signature
Disability and medical information is confidential and is not shared except where disclosure is required by law or is necessary to facilitate legitimate University processes, including granting appropriate accommodations, addressing direct threats, or investigating claims or charges.
Questions or concerns regarding documentation requirements can be directed to our staff at 509-335-3417 or email@example.com. Documentation may be uploaded directly into their Application [MyAccess], emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, faxed to 509-335-8511, or mailed:
217 Washington Building
PO Box 642322
Pullman, WA 99164-2322