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Documentation

Documentation is medical information provided by a treating professional indicating the student's diagnosis/disability.  The documentation must be done by a treating professional and needs to have a diagnosis of disability and how it affects you daily.  

If you have documentation already, you can attach it to your application.  Otherwise, you can upload it later.

Here are some documentation forms that you could have your treating professional fill out and fax over to us.  Our fax number is 920-465-2191.
 
Disability Type Appropriate Documentation to Submit
AD/HD A recent Psychoeducational evaluation (within the last 3 years for high school and the last 5 years for adults) with test analysis and interpretation may be submitted in lieu of the AD/HD Disability Assessment form.
Autism Spectrum Disorders Current functional limitations on major life activities resulting from the disorder to include but not limited to: communication or language skills, social interaction, restricted, repetitive and/or stereotyped patterns of behavior and activities, sensory functioning and sensitivity to environmental conditions, and motor planning.  And evidence to support the functional limitations.
Deaf/Hard of Hearing Deaf-Hard of Hearing Assessment Form plus an audiological evaluation and/or audiogram, no older than 3 years if loss is progressive
Learning Disability Most recent Psychoeducational evaluation (within last 3-5 years preferred) and/or Learning Disability Assessment Form
IEP/504 plan containing information about the disabling condition.
Low Vision or Blindness Low Vision/Blindness Assessment Form and vision exam/evaluation report from an appropriate eye care professional, such as an ophthalmologist, optometrist, or low vision specialist
Mobility or Physical Disabilities Identification of disabling condition; assessment of the functional limitation; degree of limitation: mild, moderate, severe; how the limiting manifestations may be appropriately accommodated.
Mental Health
Systemic or Health-Related Disabilities Identification of disabling condition; assessment of the functional limitation; degree of limitation: mild, moderate, severe; how the limiting manifestations may be appropriately accommodated.
Traumatic Brain Injury A recent neuropsychological assessment (within the last 3 years for high school students and the last 5 years for adults) with test analysis and interpretation may also be required.