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Bodily Function Control (1B)

Bodily function control is the inability to control when and where certain bodily functions occur.
Difficulty in controling bodily functions refers to bowel incontinence, urinary incontinence, and also upper gastrointestinal concerns such as heartburn and vomiting. Students may have gastrointestinal disorders or be undergoing treatment with side effects that impact bodily function control. Students mayhave difficulty with bodily function control, may be frequently absent, or may need to leave the classroom for short periods.

Formal Diagnostics

A physician's diagnosis would be necessary documentation.

Intake Questions

  • Do you have specific needs in terms of housing?
  • Do you have specific needs relating to your classes or testing?
  • What accommodations or strategies have been effective in the past?

Resources

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