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The information contained in this application is as accurate as possible. This confidential information may be shared on my behalf with Allan Hancock LAP personnel who are directly involved with the program and have a legitimate need toknow. Allan Hancock College complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) for all student records.
Learning Disability: Most recent psycho-educational report signed by high school psychologist, college LD Specialist or other appropriately licensed professionalSpeech Language Disability: Most recent speech-language report signed by speech-language pathologistAcquired Brain Injury: Medical information signed by neurologist or other physicianAttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Most recent report signed by licensed psychologist, psychiatrist or other appropriately licensed health care provider; must include DSM IV diagnosis and description of impact on daily functioningAutism Spectrum: Most recent report signed by licensed professional;must include DSM IV diagnosis and description of impact on daily functioning
Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Most recent audiogram signed by licensed audiologistOrthopedic/Mobility: Recent comprehensive report signed by physicianPsychological:Most recent report signed by licensed psychologist, psychiatrist or other appropriately licensed health care provider; must include DSM IV diagnosis and description of impact on daily functioningVisually Impaired: Most recent report signed by ophthalmologist or optometrist which includes diagnosis and information about visual acuity, field of vision, and whether or not the condition is progressiveOther Disabilities/Health conditions: Recent comprehensive report signed by physician
As a student receiving LAP services you have the following responsibilities:
An AAP is a plan to address your specific needs as a student with a disability. The AAP specifies the adjustments and accommodations that are identified by you and an LAP specialist as necessary and reasonable to provide access
As a qualified student with a disability, you have the right to receive necessary academic accommodations based upon your educational limitations in order to have access to activities, programs, and services. The college faculty and staff shall not automatically reject an accommodation unless the identified accommodation has been determined to lower academic standards or fundamentally alter the course or program in question, pose a health or safety risk, or if a more effective or feasible accommodation exists.
If you wish to file a complaint or grievance regarding discrimination on the basis of a disability, you should follow the discrimination complaint procedure outlined in the college catalog. You may also contact the US Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at 1-800-421-3481 or 1-415-486-5570.