Classroom Strategies for Students with Disabilities
This information is intended as a guide to assist students with disabilities in understanding and coping with their particular disability and its characteristics. Because every person and disability is unique, it is important to keep individual qualities and characteristics in mind when evaluating the usefulness of this information for a particular person in a particular circumstance. For additional information regarding these topics, please contact the Counselor/Coordinator of Student Accommodations.
Difficulty paying attention or concentrating on one task for an extended period of time
Difficulty hearing or processing/understanding what is heard.
Total loss of sight
Total loss of hearing
Difficulty expressing oneself in spoken or written form
Difficulty controlling hand, eye or other muscles that aid in the perception and expression of information
Difficulty understanding/interpreting what one hears or reads
Difficulty remembering information
Difficulty seeing or processing/understanding what is seen
For additional information please contact the Counselor/Coordinator of Student Accommodations at 217/234-5259 or email Jordan Hicks at firstname.lastname@example.org