Accommodating people with hidden disabilities

But you need to know what questions to ask, and in what order.

It helps to follow a structured approach that guides you from a broad understanding of what your coachee is trying to achieve to a clear action plan with detailed steps.

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When you do this, your coachees will be more focused, attentive, and proactive in finding their own solutions.

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They run the gamut from dyslexia and attention hyperactivity deficit disorder (ADHD) to autism spectrum disorder to chronic diseases such as Crohn’s, as well as mental health conditions including depression and anxiety.

Indeed, the latter two are pervasive on Canadian campuses, and have become a massive public health focus of late. Wilchesky was recently part of a collaboration between York and Navi Dhanota, a graduate student who filed an application with the provincial human rights tribunal after the university denied her “academic accommodations.” These are arrangements that, in effect, neutralize the limitations of students with disabilities—things such as writing exams in a room separate from the class at large, getting extra time on assignments and note-taking technology.

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