DS Report - Vol. 6, No.2 - February 3, 2012

Published by Disability Services
Editor: Jonathon Warnberg

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DS Report - Vol. 6, No. 3 - March 2nd, 2012

DS Report - Vol. 6, No. 3 - March 2nd, 2012

Published by Disability Services
Editor: Jonathon Warnberg

Table of Contents

Access Achievement Awards

Award vases

History

The Disability Resource Center History Timeline

Striving to ensure access to University employment, courses, programs, facilities, services and activities, the DRC works to secure the rights of people with disabilities.

Early Years

1943

Alice Christian hired to work with GIs

1973

Mission

 

Advancing Access for Everyone logo

Mission: Advancing Access For Everyone 

The Disability Resource Center (DRC) mission statement encompasses the work of all the DRC staff.

We use the words:

Advancing - Because we believe that word incorporates the ideas of movement, innovation, and forward thinking.

Staff

 

Disability Resources Center staff

Administration - Suite 170

Name Title Phone Email

Donna Johnson

Services for Supervisors

  • Job analysis
  • One on One consultation available for individuals or department situations
  • Provide training and staff development regarding disability topics
  • Discuss “essential” functions of positions and complete Job analysis to determine these functions
  • Request medical documentation to obtain work restrictions
  • Coordinate reasonable accommodations
  • Offer approaches to supervising employees with disabilities
  • House confidential medical documentation

 

Information for Supervisors

UReturn is designed to assist and support all University faculty and staff who experience an illness or injury that affects their ability to work. UReturn works to ensure access to University services and accommodations for employees throughout their recovery/return to work. As a supervisor, the UReturn staff can assist you in working with employees who may need accommodations.

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