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  • Eligibility | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    provides comprehensive Civil Rights protection and is designed to remove barriers which prevent persons with disabilities from accessing the same educational and employment opportunities as persons without disabilities The law also provides access to public accommodations state and local government services transportation and telecommunications The Americans with Disabilities Act also prohibits discrimination against a qualified individual with a disability with regard to admission to educational institutions or vocational training programs public or private employee compensation job training and other terms conditions and privileges of employment Definition of a Disability The Definition of Disability is provided in the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments of 2008 Section 4 Please see details here Note Individuals who are current illegal users of drugs are not protected under the ADA The legal use of a controlled substance under medical perspective is permitted Addiction is considered a disability A person who is addicted to drugs but is not actively using drugs is considered a person with a disability and is protected by the law Alcohol is not considered a controlled substance No Requirement for Citizenship The Americans with Disabilities Act covers all persons with disabilities in the United States whether or not they are citizens and without regard to racial or ethnic origin Reasonable Accommodation Reasonable accommodation is the provision of an auxiliary aid or modification to the course or program which will allow access to the job duties the educational process program and degree or activity The Americans with Disabilities Act requires an institution of higher education to provide reasonable accommodations to a qualified individual with a disability provided that accommodation does not create an undue hardship Some examples of reasonable accommodation are making existing facilities readily accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities flexible timeline for program completion acquisition or modification of equipment

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/drc/eligibility (2014-10-21)
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  • Scholarships | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    donors agencies corporations etc in addition to heartfelt generosity The DRC encourages all students to research and apply for scholarship and internship opportunities as appropriate As new scholarship and internship opportunities become available they will be posted to this site Students are encouraged to check this site on a regular basis for updated information DRC Scholarships The Disability Resource Center DRC is excited to announce that we have several new scholarship opportunities for students with disabilities attending Arizona State University These scholarships are available to students attending the Tempe campus Downtown Phoenix campus Polytechnic campus and West campus All applicants must be currently registered with the DRC or provide qualifying documentation of their disability Internships and Student Development The following page will be updated periodically to include general information and links to available internships and other student development opportunities Check back often for updated information The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars Deadline Open until filled The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars is an independent nonprofit organization serving hundreds of colleges and universities in the United States and other countries by providing selected students challenging opportunities to work and learn in Washington D C for academic credit

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/drc/scholarships (2014-10-21)
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  • Policies | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    ASU campuses Students with disabilities are encouraged to visit the DRC on their particular campus and make the center an integral part of their educational experience This web site contains targeted information links to other valuable ASU programs and services and critical support for a successful academic experience The Disability Resource Center invites students to explore DRC resources ask questions visit with DRC staff and utilize the programs and services designed to support their academic career and life goals Most students take classes on multiple campuses and it is necessary to contact each Disability Resource Center where they are taking classes to ensure that services are coordinated for each campus Many accommodations are time sensitive and thus it is crucial that appropriate accommodations be arranged by the student within established timeframes to ensure availability in each setting Diversity Statement Disability impacts all people regardless of race ethnicity culture religion or gender Therefore the staff of the ASU Disability Resource Centers supports an environment in which the diversity and variety of human experiences are respected and appreciated We recognize and value the unique history of each student and are committed to meeting the needs and providing a safe and welcoming atmosphere sensitive to the needs of all students DRC Policies 701 01 Disability Resource Center General Policy 701 02 Eligibility for Accommodations Required Disability Documentation 701 03 Priority Enrollment for Students with Disabilities 701 04 Deleted 701 05 Testing Accommodations for Students with Disabilities 701 06 Accommodations in Campus Computer Labs for Students with Disabilities 701 07 Alternative Format Services 701 08 Services for Students Who are Deaf Hard of Hearing 701 09 Note Taking Accommodations for Qualified Students with Disabilities 701 10 On Campus Transportation for Individuals with Disabilities Tempe Campus 701 11 Assistive Technology and Equipment Checkout for Eligible

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/drc/policies (2014-10-21)
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  • Faculty/Staff Information | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    are made for other students requests from students with disabilities must also be considered Is it essential to provide the requested disability accommodations Faculty staff have a legal responsibility to provide reasonable and effective accommodations for qualified students with disabilities as recommended by the DRC Consideration should be given to accommodating students in the manner requested However there may be effective alternatives When essential elements of a course are clearly defined the appropriateness of a requested accommodation is clear or can be negotiated thus avoiding inconsistencies in standards which could open the door to litigation NOTE The laws protecting the rights of individuals with disabilities also protect the standards of the attending institutions Students must meet essential course elements and follow established policies and procedures What are the faculty staff responsibilities to qualified students with disabilities regarding textbooks and other in class materials When faculty staff receive a DRC text book information request to facilitate alternative print conversions for qualified students in their classes they must provide DRC requested information for textbooks This means title author copyright publisher ISBN and information for other required course reading materials including a reading list i e sequence of assigned chapters or sections and supplemental reading not necessarily a syllabus to the student or DRC by the required deadlines Lead time is essential for ordering securing and translating textbooks and other print materials into alternative print formats e g Braille large print taped text e text tactile charts graphs and diagrams It is also essential for securing required print materials for Interpreter and Real Time Captioning CART provider preparation to ensure access to information for Deaf and hard of hearing students from the start of the semester Deadlines for compliance are specific i e within ten days of receipt of the written request from the DRC This typically comes via email during each priority enrollment period By working closely with students and the DRC and meeting required deadlines faculty and staff can facilitate access for students from the first day of class NOTE If the DRC does not get information when requested the academic department may be financially responsible for additional expenses incurred by the DRC when contracting off campus vendors for timely completion For more information see DRC policy USI 701 07 Alternative Format Services at http www asu edu drc In class materials e g reading lists syllabus handouts overheads videotapes etc Faculty staff have a legal responsibility to ensure that appropriate alternative formats are available to qualified students with disabilities along with their peers The DRC has resources for translating materials to assist faculty in meeting this obligation What is assistive technology and will it alter what I teach Assistive technology AT as identified by the Assistive Technology Act of 1988 is any item piece of equipment or product system whether acquired commercially modified or customized that is used to increase maintain or improve the functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities Within LCE and UDI based instruction AT is used to

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/drc/faculty-staff (2014-10-21)
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  • Contact and Locations | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Resource Center Disability Resource Center Home Accommodations Eligibility Scholarships Policies Faculty Staff Resources Contact and Locations Downtown Phoenix campus Post Office Suite 106 Phone 602 496 4321 Fax 602 496 0384 E mail DRCDowntown asu edu Hours Monday Friday 8 00 a m 5 00 p m Mailing Address Disability Resource Center 522 N Central Ave Ste 106 Phoenix AZ 85003 Polytechnic campus Sutton Hall Suite 240 Phone 480 727 1039 Fax 480 727 5319 E mail DRCPoly asu edu Hours Monday Friday 8 00 a m 5 00 p m Mailing Address 6049 S Backus Mall Mesa AZ 85212 Tempe campus Matthews Center building 1st floor Phone 480 965 1234 Fax 480 965 0441 E mail DRCTempe asu edu Hours Monday Friday 8 00 a m 5 00 p m Mailing Address Arizona State University PO Box 873202 Tempe AZ 85287 3202 West campus University Center Building Room 130 Phone 602 543 8145 Fax 602 543 8169 E mail DRCWest asu edu Hours Monday Friday 8 00 a m 5 00 p m Mailing Address Arizona State University West Campus PO Box 37100 MC 1050 Phoenix AZ 85069 7100 My ASU Find all your personalized information related to ASU

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/drc/contactus (2014-10-21)
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  • Health Services Offered | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Services ASU Health Services Home Services New Student Immunizations Laboratory Billing Medical Records Radiology and X Ray Patient Advocacy Wellness Resources FAQ Meet the Providers Contact Us Health Services Offered ASU Health Services offers a variety of healthcare options available to meet your diverse needs We have four convenient locations that specialize in providing services that are affordable convenient while maintaining high quality standards Available services are marked with sign Service Downtown Phoenix Polytechnic Tempe Tempe South SDFC Tempe West Primary Care Asthma Education Immunizations Pregnancy Tests Women s Health Travel Clinic Sports Medicine Gynecology Massage Therapy Nutritional Counseling Orthopedics Acupuncture Allergy Shots Chiropractic Care Laboratory Services X Ray Rheumatology Dermoscopy Ear Nose and Throat Note Please check with your ASU health services center to see what services are provided at each location If you need a referral a provider from any campus location can assist with this process Referrals to specialists are typically off campus Students insured by Aetna Student Health Insurance are referred to specialists in the Aetna network Limited please call for details Services New Student Immunizations Laboratory Billing Medical Records Radiology and X Ray Patient Advocacy Wellness My ASU Find all your personalized information related to

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/health/services (2014-10-21)
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  • Resources | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    wide array of health resources available for your specific needs Our resources page is dedicated to providing you with information that equips you with the tools that you need to stay healthy during your college experience We also have a parents page with helpful tips for parents to answer questions related to healthcare services available on campus Food Safety For International Students For Parents Health and Wellness Health Coverage Options

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  • Health Services FAQs | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    A This is accomplished by filling out the appropriate Authorization for Release of Medical Information form This form is found in the Main Lobby at the scheduling desks or by clicking on the link In order to process your request in a timely manner the following information is required The name of the hospital or doctor from where the records are being requested a complete address and or fax number and a phone number In addition your name address and ASU ID are also required As a courtesy this form can be mailed or faxed by our Medical Records staff at no cost Q My child is under 18 years of age Can he or she be seen at the ASU health services A In order for any student under the years of 18 to be seen at the clinic Arizona law requires parental consent for medical surgical and psychiatric treatment to be delivered Therefore a Parental Consent for Medical Care For Underage ASU Students form must be filled out by the parent or legal guardian Event Planning Food Safety Q When do I need to fill out the Food Waiver form A The Food Waiver form must be filled out for any on campus event involving food The only exception is when you use the on campus approved caterers i e ARAMARK Atlasta Chartwells or Sodexho Sports Leisure Q Can I sell or give away food I make at home A NO All food and beverage sold or given away to the public must be prepared or purchased at a commercial food establishment with a valid health permit Q How do I get started if I want to organize an event involving food br Fill out the Food Waiver Application available at the Memorial Union website The application will be forwarded to the Food Safety Program at ASU Health Services You will probably be contacted by Food Safety regarding the types of foods being served temperature controls and employee sanitation Once Food Safety approves the Food Waiver application it will be returned to the Memorial Union At that time you will be contacted that your application has been approved On the day of the event you may be visited by a food inspector to monitor compliance with health regulations Q When do I need to fill out the Temporary Food Application A The Temporary Food Application must be filled out when your group hires an off campus food vendor for your event which is open to the general population by invitation or advertisement Q is responsible for paying the permit Fee for a Temporary Food Permit A Who pays the Fee is a contractual matter between you and the Food vendor The Fee is due when the application is submitted at least 14 days prior to the event I don t feel well what s next What do I do if I feel that I have sprained my ankle We recommend that you are seen by a physician as soon as possible if You are unable to put weight on the ankle to walk following the injury OR If there is an obvious deformity of the ankle OR If there is a significant amount of swelling immediately following the injury For all other ankle sprains we recommend that you avoid walking on the ankle until you can do so pain free We recommend that as soon after the injury as possible you elevate the ankle above the heart apply ice for 20 minutes at a time at least several times per day and you should take over the counter Aleve Naproxen generic Advil or Motrin Ibuprofen Generic as long as you do not have any allergies or been told by a clinician not to take those medications Remember that these medications should only be taken per the instructions on the bottle for pain swelling and inflammation Sports Medicine Specialists and other clinicians are available at Campus Health Services Monday thru Friday for evaluation of any sports related injuries For an appointment call 480 965 3349 Things You Can Do Every Day to Help Yourself Feel Better and Reduce Stress There are many things that happen every day that can cause you to feel stressed ill uncomfortable upset anxious or irritated Read through the following list and Check off the ideas that appeal to you and give each of them a try when you need to help yourself feel better Make a list of the ones you find to be most useful along with those you have successfully used in the past and hang the list in a prominent place like on your refrigerator door as a reminder at times when you need to comfort yourself Use these techniques whenever you are having a hard time or as a special treat to yourself Reach out to friends or family Calling or visiting someone important to you is a great way to reduce stress and get the support you might need Sometimes when we feel stressed out we tend to get socially isolated making our stress level worse Calling a friend family member can help you use your social network to improve your mood Call one of the ASU Campus Counseling Centers Counseling and mental health services are provided at each of the four ASU campuses Downtown campus Polytechnic campus Tempe campus and West campus ASU students may seek services at any of the campus counseling centers regardless of their college affiliation Each campus counseling center provides confidential individual counseling group counseling psycho educational programming and consultation services for faculty staff and students Counseling staff have training and experience in issues facing university students and are committed to helping them adjust to campus life and meet their academic goals For more information visit Counseling Services Do something fun or creative something you really enjoy like crafts needlework painting drawing woodworking making a sculpture reading fiction comics mystery novels or inspirational writings doing crossword or jigsaw puzzles playing a game taking some

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/health/faq (2014-10-21)
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