Documentation Guidelines

Documentation Guidelines

Students requesting accommodations should contact the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities at (405) 682-7520 and must provide verifying documentation of their disability. Documentation consists of an evaluation by an appropriate professional that relates the current impact of the condition to the requester.

Documentation should include:

  • A diagnostic statement including date of most recent evaluation
  • The current impact of (or limitations imposed by) the condition
  • Treatments, medications, devices or services currently prescribed or used to minimize the impact of the condition
  • The expected duration, stability, or progressing of the condition

The following can be used to guide the pro- fessional and student for providing adequate documentation.

  • The evaluator must attach copies or summaries of the specific tests, measures or clerical data used to establish each criteria, and include his/her signature.
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