Services for Students with Disabilities


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In a 2016 study titled, ‘Sleeping while disabled, disabled while sleeping’, Dr. Benjamin Reiss notes that nearly every disability diagnosed today entails some sort of sleep disruption ― although the nature of and reasons for this disruption vary from person to person. Dr. Reiss adds that sleep-related issues are often the most difficult aspect of living with a disability. “Night is often when social isolation and vulnerability are most profound,” he writes. “In addition, caretakers themselves often find their own sleep profoundly disrupted, whether this occurs in a family setting or an institutional space.”


CAPS | End of Semester Services

As we move into the homestretch, the final stretch, of this semester and academic year, we want to remind you of the CAPS services that students can use the same day or within the same week.  

  • Initial consultation with a counselor to discuss your concerns and together decide on the next best step, given there are only 2 weeks left of classes.
  • Counselors are on duty daily when CAPS is open to address urgent or crisis matters with walk-in appointments
  • CAPS After Hours ensures a counselor is available to talk to you whenever CAPS is closed, including the semester break and spring/summer. Call 734-764-8312 to speak with a mental health counselor.

University of Michigan Wheelchair & Adaptive Tennis

Spring/Summer Schedule 2017

  • April 12 / May 10 (Spring)
  • June 14, 28 / July 12, 26 / August 9, 23 / Sept 13, 27 (Summer)

TIME: 8:00-10:00pm

LOCATION: Varsity Tennis Center, 2250 South State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

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G-664 Haven Hall
505 South State St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1045

8 AM - 5 PM, Mon. - Fri.
(734) 763-3000
(734) 615-4461 (TDD)
(734) 619-6661 (VP)
(734) 936-3947
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