Introduction Video Transcript

The greatest achievements were at first, and for some time, dreams. –James Allen

DREAM

Disability Resources, Education, & Access Management

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disability

A disability may be physical, cognitive, mental, sensory, emotional, developmental or some combination of these.

Do you have a disability?

You might not think so.

Consider this…

Molly was riding along on her long board

When…

She fell and broke her right arm.

Molly was right-handed and she had a paper due the next day.

Do you have a disability?

You might not think so.

Consider this…

Collin has ADHD

He is a super smart guy.

He finds it difficult to focus in class and always ends up cramming for exams.

He did well in high school.

He figures college will be the same.

Then…

He fails his first term paper.

Do you have a disability?

You might not think so.

Consider this…

Brianna is a good student.

She always gets good grades.

Everything changed when she went to college.

Exams made her heart race and made her palms sweaty.

She studied all night for her history exam.

But on exam day, her mind went blank.

Then…

She received her grade (image of an F)

Brianna went to a counselor for help.

She learned that she had an anxiety disorder.

Do you have a disability?

You might not think so.

Consider this…

All of these students had disabilities.

A disability can be any medical condition that affects your ability to function.

If you think you have a disability, or know that you do, ask for help!

DREAM (Disability Resources, Education & Access Management)
www.gonzaga.edu/dream

Counseling Center
www.gonzaga.edu/counselingcenter

Health Center
www.gonzaga.edu/healthcenter

Student Life
www.gonzaga.edu/studentlife