For clarification, the term “disabilities” is used below to clearly define compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. Liddle Kidz Foundation does not typically use the term disabilities but rather “different abilities”.
The Liddle Kidz Foundation does not discriminate with regard to religion, race, color, sex, age or disability.
The Liddle Kidz Foundation is committed to the philosophy of non-discrimination for individuals with disabilities and works to ensure that all programs and activities of the Foundation are in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. To ensure compliance with these laws, the Foundation works to provide reasonable accommodations and support services.
The Foundation is committed to affording students reasonable accommodations for disabilities defined by the ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Listed below are examples of disabilities and the reasonable accommodations that may be available for such disabilities.
EXAMPLES OF TYPES OF DISABILITIES SUPPORTED
Support is provided for individuals with deafness and hearing disabilities, blindness and low vision, health impairments, learning disabilities, attention deficit disorders, orthopedic impairments, psychiatric disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, as well as multiple disabilities and other disabilities as defined by the ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
EXAMPLES OF ACCOMMODATIONS AND SERVICES AVAILABLE
The following accommodations and services are available to individuals with disabilities, based upon documentation of need. Arrangements for these accommodations are coordinated with the Foundation and individuals are expected to follow the procedures set by the Foundation in order to request these accommodations and services.
- Academic advising and registration assistance
- Accessibility information and accessible classroom furniture
- Accommodated testing arrangements
- Use of assistive technology and adaptive equipment welcome in class
- Educational materials provided in advance so they can be transferred to Braille or a reader
- Note takers, readers welcome in class
- Sign language interpreters welcome in class
- Service animals welcome in class
- Tuition waiver information
If a training location does not have adequate accesses, Foundation will work to accommodate student needs, and/or change location of training. If this is not possible, participants will be notified at time of registration for the course.
THE ACCOMMODATION PROCESS
Those requesting reasonable accommodations should identify themselves to the Foundation prior to the course/class they wish to attend to request and make arrangements for reasonable accommodations. , Interested persons are encouraged to begin this process as soon as possible to allow for accommodations to be arranged in a timely manner.
Further information about services for students with disabilities may be obtained by contacting:
Liddle Kidz Foundation
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