Register with DSS
Appropriate documentation is required to register with Disability Services for Students (DSS).
- For medical-based disabilities, a physician must fill out a medical questionnaire (PDF).
- For learning disabilities, a psycho-educational assessment that was completed by a registered psychologist within the past five years must be provided.
The documentation can be forwarded directly to DSS by the physician or psychologist. Alternately, the student can bring the documentation along to the registration appointment.
To register with DSS, contact us to book a one-hour appointment. Registration can proceed only if the documentation is on hand at the time of the appointment.
Types of disabilities
By law, DSS defines disability according to Section 2(1)(d.1) of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code:
- any degree of physical disability, infirmity, malformation or
disfigurement and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing,
- any degree of paralysis;
- lack of physical co-ordination;
- blindness or visual impediment;
- deafness or hearing impediment;
- muteness or speech impediment; or
- physical reliance on a service animal, wheelchair or other remedial appliance or device; or
- any of:
- an intellectual disability or impairment;
- a learning disability or a dysfunction in one or more of the processes involved in the comprehension or use of symbols or spoken language; or
- a mental disorder.