Accessible Testing Site
Students who use a motorized scooter or wheelchair or who have mobility impairments may require accessible testing accommodations. Accessible testing accommodation could involve changing the testing location for the student to a different location than the majority of students in order to increase physical access, or altering the conditions of the testing setting. Accessible testing sites must have sufficient room for wheelchair movement and tables at an appropriate height in compliance with ADAAG regulations. All necessary test materials and adaptive equipment or furniture should be available at the testing site as well as a testing supervisor who has been given clear instructions about test administration procedures..
Related Functional Characteristics
Motor Skill (Gross Lower) : Accessible testing sites are necessary to accommodate the disability-related needs of students with mobility impairments.
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