Please review the information below regarding documentation requirements for ADHD and Learning Disabilities:
- Documentation Requirements for Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Learning Disabilities
Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- A copy of a recent psychoeducational report (no older than five  years old or completed at age eighteen or later)
- A UTM Certificate of Disability including the criteria for ADHD, completed by a health care practitioner who is familiar with the disability; your disability falls within their scope of practice and who is licensed to make a diagnosis. Documentation must indicate adult functional impacts of ADHD and recommended accommodations/strategies. As such, updated documentation may be necessary.
- If applicable, a copy of the most recent Individual Education Plan (IEP), or letter from your high school citing the accommodations received.
- If applicable, a copy of the most recent ADHD Checklist/Screeners administered.
Note: IEPs and ADHD Checklists/Screeners can be submitted as additional documentation, but do not suffice on their own for full documentation or full accommodations.
- Copy of a comprehensive psychoeducational report (no older than five  years old or completed at age eighteen or later) stating the nature of the learning disability, all test scores, a description of the academic difficulties resulting from the disability, and recommended accommodations.
- An Individual Education Plan or letter from your high school citing the accommodations received (if applicable).
- Accessibility Services can provide you with testing if required. Please book an appointment by calling 905-569-4699 as soon as possible.