Confidential files are kept on all students who self-disclose disabilities at Germanna. Each file includes, but is not limited to: intake forms, appropriate documentation of disability, releases of information, a record of contacts, and a record of services provided.

In order to determine the most appropriate accommodations for each student, the following types of documentation must be provide.

Learning Disabilities

A current psychological or psycho-educational evaluation performed by a licensed professional must be provided.

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Current documentation from a medical doctor or a psycho-educational report documenting the disorder must be supplied.

Psychiatric Disorders

The form titled “Documentation of Psychiatric Disorders” must be filled out by a psychiatrist, licensed psychologist, licensed social worker, or licensed professional counselor. The form must verify the student’s need for academic accommodations.

Visual Impairments

A current letter or examination report from a medical doctor, optometrist, or ophthalmologist documenting the degree of hearing loss.

Hearing Impairment

A current letter or audiological report from an audiologist or speech and hearing center documenting the degree of hearing loss.

Speech/Language Impaired

A report from a speech/language pathologist or high school records documenting the disability. Mobility Impairment – Verification of the disability from a qualified health professional.

Acquired Brain Impairment

A current neuropsychological, psychological, or psycho-educational report which documents the effects of the ABI on cognitive functioning.

Other Health Impaired

A current letter or report from a medical doctor documenting the disability and a description of how it may impact the student’s academic abilities.

Contact Us

Accessibility Resources

Office of Accessibility Resources is located in the V. Earl Dickinson Building, SP1, Room 206

Win Stevens
Coordinator of Office of Accessibility Resources

Cleo Crews
Academic Advisor

Jess Shank
Academic Advisor

Marsha Wyne
Administrative Support

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