Can I be tested for learning disabilities at Disability Resources?
Learning disability testing is done subject to approval by a Learning Disability Specialist. Testing is limited; scheduling for testing can take several months. Attend a New Student Drop-in to meet briefly with Disability Specialist to discuss your options.
As a parent, what are my rights regarding access to my child's information at Santa Rosa Junior College?
What kind of services can I receive if I have a disability?
- Services tailored to your disability are arranged through consultation with your specialist.
- Your services may include a wide range of disability support services requiring authorization for accommodations.
- Some examples of possible services are: note-taking, testing accommodations, visual aids, sign language interpreting, alternate media, accessible furniture, adapted technology, career development, disability management counseling.
What is High School Transition Club? I am a current high school student--does it apply to me?
Who may be eligible for services?
Individuals with either temporary or permanent disabilities may be eligible for services. Verifiable disabilities include, but are not limited to:
- Acquired brain injuries
- Asperger's Syndrome
- Attention deficit disorders
- Cardiac conditions
- Chronic illnesses including HIV
- Chronic pain disorders
- Deaf or hard of hearing
- Developmental delays
- Learning disabilities
- Mobility disabilities
- Psychological disabilities
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Seizure disorders
- Visual disabilities