Over 20% of individuals report a disability. These people often struggle with health inequities and poor health care access. Many of these barriers are addressable through simple steps. Providing an avenue for patients to communicate accessibility challenges and request accommodations prior to their appointment will help these individuals obtain their COVID-19 tests and vaccines equitably upon arrival.
Will I continue to receive my approved accommodations if my course is now online?
Yes. Students approved for accommodations through SSD will continue to receive their accommodations. At times, however, specific accommodations may not transition equitably to an online format. Contact your SSD Coordinator if you have questions related to a specific accommodation.
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"We are thrilled to announce the winner of the 2021 Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day logo competition is Maddy Gustafason, a talented young woman with cerebral palsy who is a freshman biomedical engineering major at the @uofmichigan. We received incredible entries from across the country and our winner's design captured our hearts and the spirit of Cerebral Palsy Awareness." CP Foundation