Students with disabilities
Services for students with disabilities or specific learning disabilities (DSA)
In 1999, with the enactment of the Law of January 28 n.17: "Integration and modification of the framework law of February 5, 1992, n. 104, for assistance, social integration and the rights of handicapped people", specific directives have been defined for universities on the integration and rights of differently able university students.
After further provisions on the subject, the CNUDD (National University Conference of Delegates for Disability) has issued specific Guidelines, a reference model for guiding the policies and good practices of universities with a view to an ever better qualification of the right to study for students with special educational needs and the realization of inclusive academic communities.
The University of Sannio, sensitive to the needs of these students, has set up some services consideing both the right to study of people with disabilities or specific learning disabilities and their inclusion within the academic life, in the awareness that it is necessary to recognize additional value to students. This awareness has been strengthened in recent years through the experience gained.
All the protagonists of the life of the University must actively participate in this common path of inclusion.
Specific teaching and technical aids and the support of specific specialized tutoring services are available to students.
Therefore, each student with disabilities or specific learning disabilities must be placed in the conditions of:
- participate in academic life and all its multifaceted initiatives;
- use the facilities placed at the service of students;
- interact with the administrative offices for every need;
- regularly attend ordinary didactic activities (lectures, exercises, seminars, etc.);
- acquire at least the minimum necessary knowledge of each discipline;
- regularly use the supplementary supports necessary to overcome his handicap;
- initiate positive social and cultural relationships with other students and with the teaching staff.
with this in mind:
a) for motor disabilities, the service makes use of part-time students who, on the basis of individual needs that arise from time to time, take care of accompaniment or assistance in the classroom during lessons or exams;
b) for psychic or sensory disabilities, specific learning disorders and situations of severe and prolonged infirmity, didactic aid is provided, in the form of specific tutoring and the setting of extraordinary or equivalent exams, by each individual teacher, on the specific indication of the Department Delegate and in coordination with him, with the aim of providing an individualized treatment that achieves substantial equality with the other students, even in the university environment.
For any need, contact:
Prof. Guido Migliaccio (email@example.com) Delegate of the Rector;
Dott. Dario Cusano (firstname.lastname@example.org) Responsable of the office in charge;
Prof. Guido Migliaccio (email@example.com) Delegate of the DEMM Director - Department of Law, Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods (DEMM).