Can I name and describe my disability?
Can I describe my strengths?
Do I know what accommodative services I need? (e.g.,
extended time, separate location, use of a word processor,
notetaker, books on tape)
Do I know what adaptive and/or assistive equipment I
need to use? (e.g., screen reader, screen enlarger)
Do I have at least basic keyboarding skills?
Have I had at least one year of high school mathematics,
Have I had at least three years of high school science,
including at least one lab science?
Do I comprehend what I read?
Can I write a well-developed essay?
Do I know how to use a library?
Do I know when to seek assistance?
Can I take notes from a lecture?
Do I know how to take notes from a book?
Do I know how to study?
Do I know how to take different kinds of tests?
Am I usually prepared for class?
Am I usually on-time for classes?
Do I skip classes often?
Are my school work and notes neat?
Am I good at organizing my work? (e.g. folders)
Are my assignments completed on time?
Do I stay in my seat during class?
Do I behave appropriately in class?
Do I work in groups ?
Do I communicate appropriately with teachers?
Do I interact appropriately with peers?
Do I know how to interact appropriately with different
kinds of people in social situations?
Do I know how to let someone know I like them? (dating
Can I handle rejection appropriately?
Do I know how to use the telephone effectively?
Do I know when a conversation or discussion is over?
Can I demonstrate problems-solving and decision-making
Do I know how to use transportation to go to and from
campus, job, internships?
Do I use leisure time effectively?
Do I know how to locate appropriate assistance when
Do I have adequate knowledge of my medical needs in
regard to medications and health problems and am I able
to express these needs to others?
Can I manage money appropriately?
Do I have basic cooking skills?
Can I do my own laundry?
Can I do my own food and clothes shopping?