Accessibility: The degree to which a building or learning material provides access for people with differing physical or learning needs.
Accommodation: An alteration of the environment, curriculum format, or delivery. This may include equipment, software, or teaching strategies that allow an individual with a disability to gain access to content and/or complete assigned tasks to their fullest ability.
Assessment: The act of making a judgment or decision about something
Consent: permission for something to happen or agreement to do something.
Documentation: The documents, records, etc., that are used to prove something or make something official
Exam Accommodation: Exam accommodations refer to an accommodation that applies to any sort of exam, test, or quiz.
Invalid: Having no effect, or not based in fact
Referral (Make a): Sending someone to another person or place for treatment, help, advice, etc.
Universal: Affecting, or done by all people; applicable to all cases
Universal Design for Learning: Remove any barriers to learning and give all students equal opportunities to succeed
Psychological Education Assessment (Psych Ed): A psychological test that looks at a person’s mental processes underlying their educational performance, cognitive abilities, memory, achievement tests, and measures of behavior.
Definitions adapted from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary (2021)