Systemic/Chronic/Episodic/Other Disabilities [i.e. medical/developmental/physical conditions: autism spectrum disorders, mobility, sensory, arthritis, Crohn’s, diabetes, allergies, cancer, etc.]

Disability documentation for the purpose of providing accommodations may be helpful when it establishes disability and provides adequate information on the functional impact of the disability so that effective accommodations can be identified.
Some general guidelines for documentation:

ACCESS has created a form that may be helpful in providing the above information:
Disability Verification Form (PDF, opens in new window)
Additionally, the following voluntary, supplemental information can also useful in planning for accommodations in coursework and study:

When in doubt, students are encouraged to contact ACCESS for guidance at 802-656-7753 or

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