For accomodating students with
Personal attendants and individually prescribed devices are the responsibility of the student who has a disability and not of the institution.
For example, readers may be provided for classroom use but institutions are not required to provide readers for personal use or for help during individual study time.
It also may be possible for a student to present a tape containing the oral examination response.
Allow students to answer questions out loud, or fill in the blanks. Give credit for work done instead of just taking away points for late or partial assignments. This could be a sticky note on the desk or a hand on a shoulder. Ignore other behavior as long as it isn't disruptive. She is the author of The Everything Parent’s Guide to Special Education. A student may need an auxiliary aid or service in order to successfully complete a course exam.This may mean that a student be allowed to give oral rather than written answers.