14. Support Services for Students with Disabilities
Western is committed to achieving barrier-free accessibility for all its members (including graduate students) who have ongoing or temporary conditions that may include but not limited to:
- Chronic illnesses (for example, fibromyalgia, migraines);
- Chronic pain;
- Attention deficit disorders;
- Learning disabilities;
- Mental health conditions (for example, anxiety, depression);
- Acquired brain injuries and concussions;
- Vision, hearing impairments;
- Mobility impairments, and
to an accident. Injury related
This applies to all persons with disabilities studying, visiting and working at Western. As part of this commitment, there are a variety of services on campus devoted to promoting accessibility and to ensure that individuals have equitable access to meet graduate and undergraduate program requirements and to access services and facilities.
Student Accessibilty Services (SAS) is a confidential service to support graduate and undergraduate students through their academic program. SAS plays a central role in Western’s efforts to ensure that its graduate and undergraduate academic programs are accessible. SAS works with graduate students and their programs, normally their graduate chair, to ensure that appropriate academic accommodations to program requirements are arranged. SAS services include individual
Please contact SAS so that we can support you through your academic program. It is important that you register with SAS as soon as possible after accepting an offer of admission and meet with an SAS
SAS can be contacted by calling 519-661-2147 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. SAS is part of the Student Development Centre on the 4th floor of Western Student Services Building. More information about SAS can be found here: http://www.sdc.uwo.ca/index.html.