Physical Disabilities

a. Qualifications of the Evaluator: A licensed physical therapist or a licensed medical doctor will be viewed as qualified to substantiate physical disabilities. The name, title and professional credentials of the evaluator, including information about license or certification, as well as the area of specialization, employment and state/province in which the individual practices should be clearly stated. All reports/letters should be on letterhead, typed, dated, signed and otherwise legible.


b. Substantiation of the Disability: The required document will be a report or letter of assessment from the physical therapist or physician describing the nature of the disability and the need for accommodations.


c. Recommendations for Accommodations: The report or letter should include specific recommendations for accommodations and an explanation as to why each accommodation is recommended.

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