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Some students can read lips and others cannot; some communicate orally and others use sign language, gestures, writing or a combination of methods.Students who have some usable hearing may use a device to a amplify sounds; in class they may rely on hearing aids alone, or they may use an “assistive listening device.” When students are using assistive listening devices, instructors may be asked to wear cordless lapel micro transmitters.The following suggestions may help you work effectively with students who have disabling medical conditions: Physical disabilities have many causes: for example, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, and Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT), to name a few.Students with physical disabilities will use many different ways to mobilize themselves around campus.Students with chronic illness or pain may have limited energy and difficulty walking, standing or sitting for a long time.Their pain, and/or side-effects of medications, may cause them to become dizzy or confused, making it hard for them to pay attention in classes, complete out of class assignments, do library research, and stayed focused during exams.
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If a student’s behavior becomes very disruptive or dangerous or threatening, the instructor has the option of calling campus security for assistance, just as he or she would with any other student.
If your office is not in an accessible building, make appointments in places that are accessible.
They can also be disabled by medical conditions that cause intense and continual pain: for example, repetitive stress injury, post-surgery injury, and back problems.
Symptoms of all these conditions can be unpredictable and fluctuating.