Contact Human Resources (540) 568-6165, at any time during the process if you need assistance.One of my employees just told me that he/she has a disability. What do I do?
You are welcome to contact Diane Ricketson, (540) 568-5533, in Human Resources at any time during the process if you need assistance.I am a student and have just been diagnosed with a disability. What do I do?
The first and most important step in requesting accommodations is to provide the Office of Disability Services with current documentation that validates and establishes your disability. Please visit the ODS website for specific guidelines regarding documentation.
Second, you should schedule a meeting with the Director of Disability Services. During that meeting your documentation will be reviewed, you will discuss how your disability affects you, explore specific reasonable accommodations and develop a written "Access Plan". Your Access Plan is a document that you use to help communicate the validity of your disability and your specific accommodation needs to your professors and others, as appropriate.
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James Madison University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, genetic information, parental status, political affiliation, sexual orientation or disability (in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act Amendments Act).
Inquiries or request for reasonable accommodations may be made directly to the office sponsoring the event or the Office of Affirmative Action at (540) 568-6991.I am a faculty member and a student just told me he/she has a disability. What do I do?
Recommended Disability Statement for Syllabi
If you need an accommodation based on the impact of a disability, you should contact the Office of Disability Services to arrange an appointment as soon as possible. If you have not previously contacted the Office of Disability Services, please do so as soon as possible. Disability Services will provide you with an Access Plan Letter that will verify your need for services and make recommendations for accommodations to be used in the classroom.
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