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  • 1.Recruiting Students with Disabilities
    Common recruitment methods include disseminating information to disability-related advocacy/resource organizations, making the interview process accessible, and recruiting faculty and staff with disabilities.
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  • 2.Reasonable Accommodations Explained
    FAQs and case examples by disability type help explain what is meant by reasonable accommodations.
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  • 3.Low Vision Case Example
    Case example exploring legal issues concerning a student with low vision who is completing her first year in a clinical psychology doctoral program: legal responsibilities of her professors and lab instructors under the ADA and reasonable accommodations.
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  • 4.Psychology Internship Development Toolkit
    A resource to facilitate institutional and financial support for creating and expanding internship programs. The toolkit describes internship settings and structures, funding, administrative issues, legal and ethical considerations, quality assurance, mentoring resources and emergency recovery procedures.
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  • 5.Domains of Early Learning Guidelines Toolkit
    A toolkit for early childhood educators. These resources demonstrate effective strategies to promote young children's overall development using each state's early learning guidelines.
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  • 6.Overview of Section 504
    Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act is explained, with specific attention to allowable auxiliary aids for students with sensory, manual or speaking impairments.
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  • 7.Deafness Case Example
    Case example in which auxiliary aids and services and effective communication under the Americans with Disabilities Act are explained, as well as other legal issues encountered by a deaf student in a PhD psychology program whose primary language is American Sign Language.
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