Our first priority is meeting with you, not receiving documentation. While no formal documentation may be necessary to establish accommodations, medical records, psychoeducational testing and school records (such as an IEP or 504 Program) may help guide our conversation and provide information about a student's accommodation needs. If this type of information is available, you can provide it upon making a Welcome Meeting
either in person or online Accommodate Public Portal
or bring it with you on the day of your appointment.