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Reasonable Accommodations

Making a reasonable accommodation might involve changing procedures, modifying the delivery of the course taken, providing additional services (e.g. examination arrangements), or altering the physical environment.

Reasonable  accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis during a needs assessment and in accord with the individual's certified disability/specific learning difficulty.

Please note that while these are recommendations, we have a duty to comply with the Equal Status Act, 2000 which provides that an educational establishment cannot discriminate in relation to the access of a student to any course, facility or benefit provided by the establishment and the Disability Act 2005, which places a statutory obligation on public service providers to support access to services and facilities for people with disabilities.