Presentation on theme: "Disability Support Programs & Services (DSP&S) Lawrence and Alma DeRicco Student Services Building, 2 nd Floor (209) 954-5151 ext. 6272"— Presentation transcript:
Disability Support Programs & Services (DSP&S) Lawrence and Alma DeRicco Student Services Building, 2 nd Floor (209) 954-5151 ext. 6272 http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/dsps/index.html
1) Apply to Delta College 2) Take Assessment ( Assessment Center located in DeRicco 110) 3) Attend a New Student Group Advising (NSGA) Session Call DSPS two days in advance to arrange for accommodations 3) Make Appointment with DSPS Counselor and *Bring Disability Documentation Complete New Student Intake Review disability documentation Discuss accommodations Develop Comprehensive Student Educational Plan (SEP) * Appointments rescheduled for students who do not bring disability documentation.
High School Search & serve- district identifies student(s) Established eligibility Develop IEP/ITP Provides support and/ or special classes District ensures that the IEP is implemented and goals are met Parents and special Education professionals may advocate for student Fundamental alteration is allowed to the program of study &instructional methods Student may receive certificate of completion instead of diploma Personal /attendant services may be provided Transportation to and from school College ‘Self-disclosure & request’- students self identify Student submits documentation of educ. limitations Develop student educational plan (SEP) Provide support services and/or limited special classes Student is responsible for own goals and progress Student advocates for self, DSPS staff provides guidance and support Accommodations may NOT alter fundamental nature of credit courses; degree requirements or certificate programs Student may receive approved vocational certificate or AA/AS degree Student provides attendant care Public transportation- Dial- A Ride/C.A.T/SMART Differences between High school and College…
Transition for Academic Success is Key (TASK) A two week intensive orientation designed for students who learn differently, offered MTWTH, June 8 – 18, 8:30 am to 12: 30 pm. Limited to 25 students. Applications accepted April 6 – May 8 th. Students enroll in two classes: Learning Skills 072: Transition for Academic Success (1 unit) Guidance 019: Introduction to College (1 unit) Designed to help students transition from high school to college, including: How to access DSPS services Understanding an academic accommodations plan and how to discuss it with faculty Exploring Delta College support services and academic resources
Informational Meeting for High School Transition Students DSPS OPEN HOUSE Wednesday, May 6, 2015 DeRicco 275 5:00-6:30pm *Presentation begins at 5:30 pm.
FOR ASSISTANCE WITHCONTACTEXT.LOCATION ACCOMMODATED TESTINGSokun Somsack6152DeRicco 114 ALTERNATE MEDIA/FORMATTINGLucia Hinostroza6224DeRicco 224 COUNSELING Eligibility/Accommodations Academic/Personal Counseling Disability Management Bruce Eigbrett Toni Newman 6230 6232 DeRicco 230 DeRicco 232 DIRECTORDanita Scott-Taylor6229DeRicco 229 INTERPRETER/CARTGwen Maciel6289DeRicco, 234 LEARNING DISABILITIESBecky Miller6105DeRicco 105 MOBILITYRoy Juarez5878Danner 101 NOTE TAKING Barbara Barroga Esmeralda Gomez-Cruz 6290 6287 DeRicco, 234 We are pleased to partner with high school teachers and academic support staff to serve incoming DSPS students. Please contact us, if you have additional questions. DSPS Staff Quick Reference Guide (209) 954-5151, XXXX
Disability Support Programs and Services DeRicco Building, 2 nd Floor Monday – Thursday; 8 am to 5 pm Friday; 8 am to 12 pm Phone: (209) 954-5151, x6272 Confidential Fax: (209) 954-3758 www.deltacollege.edu/dept/dsps
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