Including Every Student
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Use these strategies and tools to maximize the educational experience for all your students, with and without disabilities. As usual, you are always welcome to contact us directly.
While no list can cover all circumstances, the strategies and information below cover major categories of disabilities likely to exist among the post-secondary population:
- attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders
- autism spectrum disorder (asd)
- communication disabilities
- deaf and hard of hearing
- learning disabilities
- identifying students with learning disabilities
- limited mobility
- mental health
- neurological disabilities
- temporary disabilities
- visual impairment
- other health concerns
For excellent resources when designing inclusive presentations for diverse audiences, visit universal design at UBC Okanagan or University of Guelph.