Schedule an Initial Appointment.
Schedule an appointment online or if you are unable to schedule online you may call or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
During your initial appointment, you and an OSA Staff Member will have an interactive discussion about your own experience of disability, past use of accommodations, adaptive strategies and devices, etc. This meeting may include the review of your documentation.
Submit Your Documentation
Documentation may include educational or medical records from a qualified licensed professional (i.e. doctor, therapist, psycho-educational testing). Submitted reports and assessments created by health care providers, school psychologists, teachers, or the educational system are all appropriate forms of documentation.
Your documentation may include information from a qualified licensed professional that addresses your 1. current functioning, 2. diagnosis, and 3. recommendations for appropriate accommodations.
We look for recent documentation (dated within the last five years). If you have older, relevant documentation, submit it so we can discuss it with you. We may ask that you obtain updated testing in order to get a clear picture of your current abilities and challenges.
Your documentation may be provided before, during, or after your initial appointment.
If you do not have documentation, we can discuss this further during your initial appointment.
Complete Intake Form - Submit Documentation
Determining Reasonable Accommodations
When determining reasonable accommodations, we consider a variety of information, including our interview/meeting with you, your documentation, recommendations from other professionals, etc.
Accommodations are not active until you complete an Accommodations Agreement with OSA.