Documentation

  • Students who are seeking accommodations must provide the appropriate documentation, please see the table below for specifics.

    Interim accommodations may also be available to students who are in the process of acquiring documentation to verify their disability.

    Time Limits on Documentation

    • Psycho-educational assessments for specific learning disabilities need to be dated within the last five years with the exception of assessments completed after the age of 18.

    Disability-Specific Documentation

    Disability-Specific Documentation
    Disability Documentation Required
    Acquired Brain Injury
    ADHD
    • Current psycho-educational assessment completed by a registered psychologist or psychological associate
      -OR-
    • Current Medical Information Request Form that verifies the disability or diagnosis
    Autism Spectrum Disorder
    Blind or Low Vision
    Deaf, Deafened or Hard of Hearing
    Learning Disability
    • Current psycho-educational assessment completed by a registered psychologist or psychological associate     
     
    Medical Disability
    Mental Health Diagnosis
    Physical Disability and/or Mobility Impairment  


    Costs Associated with Assessments

    The cost of a psycho-educational assessment may be covered by some extended health plans, the Bursary for Students with Disabilities for students who are eligible for OSAP, or through personal finances.

    The Mobile Assessment Team at Queen's University does take into account family income when determining fees for assessments.

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