Disability Services

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Documentation That May Be Needed

In order to fully evaluate requests for accommodations or auxiliary aids at Lewis-Clark State College, additional information may be requested. All contact information and documentation received is kept confidential and will not be released without written consent. Some of the documentation that may be helpful for the process is as follows:

  • Diagnostic statement identifying the disability, date of the current diagnostic evaluation, and the date of the original diagnosis.
  • Description of the diagnostic criteria and or diagnostic test used.
  • Current functional impact of the disability.
  • Treatments, medications, assistive devices/services currently prescribed or in use.
  • Description of the expected progression or stability of the impact of the disability over time should be included.
  • Credentials of the diagnosing professionals.

Disability Verification Forms....

To ensure the provision of appropriate services for students, Disability Services may request students to provide current and comprehensive documentation of their disability and its impact on their education.

Select and print the form required for verification of student's disability. It should be taken to student's evaluator for completion and then sent or taken to the office of Disability Services at LCSC, Reid Hall Room 111.

Mental Health Disorders (Anxiety, Major Depressive, Bipolar, Inpulse Control Disorders)

Should be completed by a licensed psychologist, neuro-psychologist, psychiatrist, or other licensed professional appropriately qualified to diagnose the specific disability of the student.

Neurocognitive Disorders (Traumatic Brain Injury, PTSD)

Should be completed by a licensed psychologist, neuro-psychologist, psychiatrist, or other licensed professional appropriately qualified to diagnose the specific disability of the student.

Neurodevelopmental Disorders (Autism, ADHD, Intellectual Disorder, Specific Learning Disorder)

Should be completed by a licensed psychologist, neuro-psychologist, psychiatrist, or other licensed professional appropriately qualified to diagnose the specific disability of the student.

Physical Sensory Disorders (Audio, Visual or Auditory Processing)

Should be completed by a licensed physician, psychologist, audiologist, ophthalmologist, or other licensed professional appropriately qualified to diagnose the specific disability of the student.

Psychiatric and/or Psychotic Disorders (Dissociative Disorder, Personality Disorders, Schitzophrenia or other Psychotic Disorders) 

Should be completed by a licensed psychologist, neuro-psychologist, psychiatrist, or other licensed professional appropriately qualified to diagnose the specific disability of the student.


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