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Disability Information

Disability Support Services

 

Each person with Multiple Sclerosis will have a unique set of symptoms, depending on where it affects the central nervous system.  In some cases, both the sensory and motor functions of the body may be affected.  The symptoms may vary unpredictably and last for differing amounts of time.  Possible symptoms can be double vision, blurred vision, spasticity, fatigue, and tremors.  Accommodations will vary for each student depending on the symptoms the student experiences.

Possible Accommodations

  • Volunteer note-taker
  • Record lectures
  • Extended time for tests
  • Scribe for tests