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Disabled Student Programs and Services

ALTERNATE MEDIA

2nd Floor, Neally Library, L-222-1
(714) 564-6819

 

​Students with verifiable disabilities will be able to have their print materials and textbooks converted to electronic text, Braille, large print, tactile graphics or audio recordings. Faculty may contact Alternate Media for closed captioning information and assistance with access strategies for their students with disabilities.

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY CENTER

Johnson Center, U-103
(714) 564-6264
​The center provides computer assisted instruction through the use of assistive technology for students with disabilities.

ACQUIRED BRAIN IMPAIRMENT (ABI) AND COMMUNICATION DISABILITY SERVICES

2nd Floor, Neally Library, L-222-5
(714) 564-6280


​Students with speech, hearing, language, and medically verifiable brain impairments may receive assistance with program planning, registration, assessment, individual, small group or computer assisted instruction.

DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING

Johnson Center, U-107
(714) 564-6283
TTY (714) 564-6384​
Video Phones:
(714) 660-3075
(657) 235-2999
​The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services office provides specialized services to students who are deaf or hard of hearing based on their educational needs.

DSP&S, SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION

CEC, D-101
(714) 241-5768

 

​The Learning Disabilities Program provides assessment and academic accommodations for continuing education students with significant learning deficits. Students with physical and other disabilities benefit from accommodations and services specific to their qualifying needs. 

​LEARNING DISABILITIES

Johnson Center, U-103
(714) 564-6264
Learning disability services for students with learning deficits severe enough to affect classroom performance, are offered  at Santa Ana College.  Assessment and academic accommodations are provided.
 

PHYSICAL DISABILITIES & INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES

Johnson Center, U-103
(714) 564-6264

 

Students with physical disabilities may receive assistance with registration, parking, elevator/gate passes, wheelchair loans, mobility and test taking accommodations.

Students with intellectual disabilities can receive support services to help them function as independently and successfully as possible in the college environment.

​PSYCHOLOGICAL DISABILITIES

Johnson Center, U-103
(714) 564-6264
​The Psychological disability services is designed to support and assist students with mental and emotional disorders who are attempting to function more independently.


 
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