Information for students who need personal assistance for hygiene and activities of daily living
Wright State University offers unique opportunities for students with physical disabilities who require assistance with activities of daily living. The Office of Disability Services (ODS) goes above and beyond what the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act require to offer services that support students with physical disabilities to attend college, develop independent living skills, and participate in academic life and campus culture.
To help enable students to be independent on campus, ODS provides a daytime Personal Assistance Station for restroom needs at no charge to the student. In addition, ODS supports students in learning to employ and manage their own Personal Assistants (PAs) by helping students employ other students. As part of this program, ODS offers a course in managing personal care assistance and offers continued guidance and mentorship as students progress throughout their educational careers.
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