In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s (OHRC) Policy on accessible education for students with disabilities and York University Senate policy on Academic Accommodation, we provide individualized academic accommodation planning to students with temporary and permanent disabilities.
This could be:
•A Learning Disability/Disorder
•A chronic health or mental health condition
•A physical disability or impairment
•An Acquired Brain Injury, post-concussive syndrome
•A sensory disability or impairment such as blindness or deafness
•A neurodiversity such as ADD, ADHD or autism
We use the term “disability” when we talk about registration with our office to be consistent with the language in the OHRC and York Senate policies. We offer expertise in disability related supports and academic accommodations.
Student Accessibility Services: Accommodations
- Information for students who are new to Student Accessibility Services, including how to register, required documentation, and what to do if documentation is not available.
- Information for students registered with Student Accessibility Services including requesting a Letter of Accommodation and activating academic accommodations.
Parents And Other Support Persons
- Information for parents, guardians and other support persons of students with accessibility concerns.
- Information for York faculty regarding Letters of Accommodation and requirements around accommodation.