Inclusive Practices Series: Disability 101
Date: 11:30am - 1:00pm PDT March 21 Location: Gregg Pavilion
Disability 101: How to Create an Inclusive Space for Students and Colleagues
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Office of Student Support Services are pleased to present another workshop in the “Inclusive Practices” series. Please note this session is open to all LC employees including faculty and staff. Graduate students working on campus who are interested in attending please e-mail to be put on a list should enrollment be low.
This workshop will provide:
- Information on a variety of accommodations for students; specifically physical accommodations and academic accommodations
- Discussion of some of the key issues involved for our community when students and employees access accommodations
- An opportunity to share Ideas about how we can help make the Lewis & Clark community better informed about disabilities and accommodations, and how we can encourage mutual respect and ways to support individuals accessing accommodations
- Discussion about how students can access accommodations and other support on campus and off-campus.
- Learn about a variety of disabilities and related possible accommodations that are available for students here at Lewis & Clark
- Learn key issues related to physical and academic accommodations
- Become familiar with the process by which students and employees access accommodations
- Identify ways to refer students to on-campus and off-campus disability resources
Lewis & Clark College Associate Dean of Students and Director of Student Support Services, Dr. Kayleigh McCauley
Lunch is provided and will be available starting at 11:30 a.m. in the Gregg Pavilion. Please address any questions about the workshop content and objectives to <firstname.lastname@example.org>, registration questions can be directed to <email@example.com>.
Event ContactTori Leder