Center for Accessibility and Neurodiversity
What's new?! Our name has changed, but we're still here and still providing the same services and support we always have: accommodations, coaching and study skills support.
Disability Services Office has become the Center for Accessibility and Neurodiversity (or CAN). We feel the name and acronym send a positive message and we hope that shifting the focus from disability to accessibility will make even more students reach out to us for help. We also hope to introduce the concept of neurodiversity, which means that everyone's brains and learning styles are different, and that difference doesn't mean deficit or damaged. It means we each process and understand information in a unique way.
And ultimately, the name came from our students themselves, who responded to a poll
earlier this year.
We're still located in Room C-211. Our office is generally open between 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday, though hours may vary.
Please call Tina Hardy to set an appointment at 815-224-0284 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for Tina's introduction.
For awhile, you'll notice changes on this site reflecting that identity switch, so please bear with us. We're still your source for information and document templates. And always, if you have questions, we're only a phone call or email away.
Continue to check out our "virtual wall," RESPECT video, and newsletter pages (see the following links):
Strong as a wall, we support one another!
See the short video here!
And be sure and check out our newsletter here!
As part of Fall21 Welcome Week, we invited Ruby the Therapy Dog to campus. What better way to welcome the start of a new semester! Click HERE to view the video.
We are very pleased to offer students YOU@IVCC, this is a supportive tool for you to use while attending our campus.These pages are also accessible by using the menu function, under the heading "in this section".