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A wide variety of resources are available through the Access office at each campus to assist students and their families in their success at STLCC.
Missouri AHEAD College Guidebook
This guide helps students with disabilities achieve access into postsecondary education institutions and find success once they are enrolled. It also helps postsecondary institutions establish connections with secondary schools to recruit qualified students with disabilities into programs. The guide also should be helpful to secondary special education teachers and parents of students with disabilities.
Assistive Technology Information
Explore these slide shows to acquaint yourself with various types of assistive technology that is available for pay, free and what is built into Windows. The slide shows are conveniently categorized to address accommodations in the areas of writing and spelling, reading, blind and low vision, deaf and hard of hearing, and mobility. The slide shows will benefit those requiring assistive technology on a daily or short-term basis, as well as service providers and instructors who may need to recommend or provide assistive technology for equal access.
Know Your Rights and Responsibilities
This publication was prepared by the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights. It was written for high school students with disabilities who are planning on attending postsecondary schools of any type. It explains their rights and responsibilities as well as the obligations of the postsecondary institution to provide academic adjustments and ensure that there will not be discrimination on the basis of disability.
Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Find program information, ask questions or make comments about MDVR services.
Rehabilitation Services for the Blind
This agency provides services to people with varying degrees of visual impairment, ranging from those who cannot read regular print to those who are totally blind.
Resources for the Diagnosis of Learning Disabilities and/or ADD/ADHD
This resource information is provided by St. Louis Community College as a courtesy, and is not inclusive of all qualified testing centers. It is the individual's responsibility to make inquiries regarding diagnostic processes and fees, and to verify information regarding diagnostic sites. Check with your insurance company to see if diagnostic evaluations are covered by your insurance policy. St. Louis Community College is not responsible for decisions made by third parties on the basis of diagnostic testing completed by any testing site.
Diagnostic testing and follow-up performed by clinical graduate students in training under supervision.
St. Louis University Psychological Services Center
221 North Grand
Shannon Hall Room 210
St. Louis, MO 63104
University of Missouri-St. Louis Community Psychological Services
1 University Blvd.
Statler Hall, Room 232
St. Louis, MO 63121-4499
Washington University Psychological Services Center, Department of Psychology
Campus Box 1172
7 North Jackson Ave,
St. Louis, MO 63105-2153
Cardinal Glennon Psychology Department
Evaluations and follow-up for children and adults up to 21 years
1465 South Grand Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63104
Metropolitan Employment and Rehabilitation Services (MERS)
2545 South Hanley
St. Louis, MO 63144
Jim Russell, Ph.D., L.P.C.
Diagnostic testing and counseling.
777 Craig Rd Ste 200
St. Louis, MO 63141
LD and ADHD evaluations, counseling, tutoring for children and adults
2025 S. Brentwood
St. Louis, MO
Contact Anthony Udziela, PhD for assessments at 314-614-9730
13354 Manchester Rd., Suite 220
St. Louis, MO 63131
St. Charles Psychiatric Associates
ADD and ADHD assessments and treatment.
330 First Capitol Drive, Suite 390
St. Charles, MO 63301
Tim Leonberger, Ph.D
10777 Sunset Office Drive, Suite 315
Sunset Hills, MO 63127
Medicare Made Simple