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Accommodating Students with Disabilities Enrolled in Medical and Health Science Programs


Tuesday, January 15, 2019
2:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. EST


Cost: Free


Format: Webinar


Where: Online/Web-based


Sponsored By:

ADA Audio Conference Series
from the Great Lakes ADA Center, member of the ADA National Network

Description:

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act require colleges and universities to provide accommodations and academic adjustments for students with disabilities. This session will look at how students participating in medical and health science programs are provided with accommodations for classroom and clinical settings. The presenter will examine issues of undue burden and fundamental alterations to programs. Topics to be discussed will include, course attendance requirements, documentation, adjustments to course work, modifications at clinical settings and resources for colleges and universities to serve students with disabilities. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions of the presenter following the presentation.

Speaker: Lisa Meeks Clinical Lecturer, University of Michigan Medical School Department of Family Medicine



Registration:

Deadline to Register - January 14, 2019

To register, go to https://www.accessibilityonline.org/ADA-Audio/session/?id=110694

For more information or to register, visit www.accessibilityonline.org. Webinar attendees can earn continuing education credits.

Contact For More Information:


Great Lakes ADA Center
Phone: 877-232-1990 (toll free) or 312-413-1407 (v/tty)
Email: webinars@accessibilityonline.org
Fax: 312-413-1856
Web: ADA Audio Conference Series
(accessibilityonline.org/ADA-Audio/schedule)


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