Students with disabilities are part of the essential fabric of America’s great universities. Yet disability student services offices are often siloed and limited in scope and resources.
We help universities to institute best practices and national standards to enable students with disabilities to thrive academically and socially, to make significant contributions to the university environment, and to become successful alumni. We conduct strengths assessments, gap analyses, and onsite surveys of disability student services and make concrete recommendations for how universities can improve the provision of disability services, including universal design for instruction, reasonable modification processes and standards, accessible technology and materials, and inclusive instructional practices.
Read the Institute for Educational Leadership’s new report, authored by Eve Hill: Higher Education’s Next Great Challenge: Ensuring Full Inclusion for Students with Disabilities.