- All BYU students, faculty, and administrators will know that the UAC exists, what services and accommodations are available, and how to register for services.
- Upon completion of intake, student-clients will understand all processes necessary for successful utilization of services.
- Student-clients will have a full understanding of the accommodations to which they are entitled and how these are related to the functional limitations of their disability.
- UAC student-clients with learning concerns will know that psychodiagnostic services exist, will have a general understanding of the function of these services, and will understand how to initiate these services.
- Student-clients who undergo a psycho-educational assessment will gain personal insights that could potentially contribute to their academic success. They will be able to:
- Understand their diagnosis and how it affects their life.
- Identify the accommodations for which they are eligible.
- Increase understanding of their learning styles and how they can succeed in an academic environment with accommodations and other helps.
- UAC student-clients will know that the Accessibility Lab exists and what services are available.
- Student-clients who utilize the Accessibility Lab will better understand accessible technologies. They will be able to:
- Identify barriers to academic success that would require a technological intervention.
- Articulate at least one technology that would help them address their barriers to academic success and understand how to use that technology.
- Feel confident in utilizing accessible technologies and utilize them frequently.
- UAC student-clients will know that the REACH program exists and will have a general understanding of its functions.
- Student-clients who utilize the REACH program will gain insights that can help them transition from campus life to employment. They will:
- Be able to identify a career path that fits their disability and interests.
- Learn to create resumes and cover letters of a type and format appropriate to their disability, experience, and skills.
- Develop a unique understanding of the role/value networking plays in the job search process as a result of their disability.
- Practice interviewing skills and appropriately discuss any disability-related issues associated with this process.
Delta Alpha Pi (DAP)
- UAC student-clients will know that Delta Alpha Pi exists and will have an understanding of its purpose.
- Student-clients who participate in Delta Alpha Pi will:
- Develop skills in leadership, advocacy, and education.
- Serve as mentors and role models for other students with disabilities.
- Participate in planning and executing activities designed to break down stereotypes and negativism associated with disability.
- UAC student-clients with a need for mentoring will know that the ADHD/ASD mentoring program exists, will have a general understanding of its functions, and will know how to initiate this service.
- Student-clients who utilize the mentoring program will learn valuable compensatory strategies to mitigate the impact of disorganization. They will be able to:
- Utilize planners or other calendar tools to effectively keep track of class deadlines.
- Intentionally look forward to upcoming responsibilities and identify barriers to completing important tasks.
- Problem solve when specific problems get in the way of staying on top of class responsibilities.
- Develop a pattern of using organizational skills and accountability that translates to success in future semesters.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services (DHHS)
As a result of interactions with, and receiving services and equipment from, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, student-clients will:
- Learn what services and equipment are available as accommodations for their disability.
- Request and use accommodative services and equipment in accordance with established DHHS protocol.
- Recognize the value of utilizing these services and equipment for their educational success at the university.