If you are experiencing difficulties affecting your learning in lectures, labs or tutorials due to a concussion and/or brain injury, we encourage you to register with Accessibility Services for academic accommodations. Accessibility Services supports students registered in courses on the St. George campus.
To register with Accessibility Services, you will need to provide the following documentation:
- The Certificate of Disability (PDF) completed by a regulated health care practitioner who is familiar with your disability; your disability falls within their scope of practice and who is licensed to make a diagnosis. The Certificate of Disability must outline adult functional impacts on academics.
- Recent medical documentation from an appropriate regulated health care practitioner (e.g., an emergency room physician, family doctor, and/or neurologist) that outlines the functional impacts of your disability and your accommodation needs
- In the case of a recent concussion, additional documentation may be requested to verify the need for continued services, and to ensure specific accommodations are still appropriate if your condition persists beyond two  months
Accessibility Services registration & documentation requirements – St. George CampusAccessibility Services supports students who experience difficulties affecting their learning in lectures, labs and/or tutorials through academic and practicum accommodations. Learn more about Accessibility Services registration & documentation requirements – St. George Campus
Accommodations renewalStarting May 1, students currently registered with our office will receive an email from Accessibility Services outlining the process of reactivation that is available to them for the upcoming academic year. Learn more about Accommodations renewal
Accessibility advisor supportYou and your accessibility advisor will work together to develop your academic accommodations. Learn more about Accessibility advisor support