Advice for working with PSE disability services: Editorial


In an editorial for Psychology Today, Rob Danzman discusses disability services and some of the common accommodations that are provided to postsecondary students. Danzman lists the most typical accommodations available on campus, including special parking spaces, assistive listening devices, and note-takers for students. The writer suggests that students looking to access these services should contact disability services as early as possible–even before the semester starts–to avoid possible delays or complications. While most PSE disability services do a “fantastic job support[ing] students,” he concludes that students still must “find their voice and ask for what they need to get through each semester.”

Psychology Today