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Range of chronic diseases and medical conditions which may have significant impact in educational environment; may include cardiovascular disorder, cancer, HIV/AIDS, lupus, diabetes, chemical dependency, and seizure disorders.

Limitations and accommodations may be similar to those for other disabilities; may vary widely depending upon the student’s particular condition; and, may include the following:

  • Fatigue may be a significant factor that impacts the student's ability to complete assignments, projects, research, etc. within regular time limits. Consideration for reasonable extensions may be appropriate.
  • Treatment or therapy may cause the student to exceed attendance policies. Consideration for allowing alternative arrangements for completion of course requirements may be reasonable.
  • Students with certain conditions may need to leave class early or unexpectedly. Assistance may be given for obtaining notes; students should be held accountable for missed instruction.


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