Support Details

Support Examples

Actual details of support differ based on student’s disability and situation.

 

  • Physical Disability Support

    Visual impairment

    • Use of monitors to enlarge teaching materials
    • Lending of magnifying glasses

    Hearing impairment

    • Note-taking (by hand or computer) support
    • Text transcription of audiovisual teaching materials, etc.

    Physical impairment

    • Extending test time, taking tests in a different room
    • Vehicle entrance permits
    • Help with organizing belongings, etc.
    • Assistance for moving between classrooms
    • Installation of handrails, etc.
  • Mental Disability Support (including developmental disorders)

    • Securing rooms for resting
    • Study guidance (strategies for taking classes, learning, etc.)
    • Teaching social skills (interpersonal relationships, self-management, etc.)
    • Cooperation with your high-school
    • Cooperation with guardians, etc.
    • Psychotherapy provided by clinical psychologist
    • Support from campus social worker (coordination with faculty and staff, introduction of and help with other organizations, etc.)
  • Other

    We also provide consultation to students with other diagnoses or students not yet diagnosed with disabilities about concerns with daily and social life.

    • Study guidance (strategies for taking classes, learning, etc.)
    • Teaching social skills
    • Psychotherapy provided by clinical psychologist
    • Support from campus social worker, etc.
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