Frequently Asked Questions (Faculty Members)
According to the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) prepared by WHO, disability is defined as a concept that emerges from the interaction between an individual's current health status and environmental, physical, and social conditions. It is used as an umbrella term for impairments, activity limitations, and participation restrictions.
In addition, if there is a public announcement (e.g., exam place announcement on the notice board) where all students enrolled in the relevant course are listed, a different or unusual note should not be written down for the student who receives support from DSO. This student should be contacted privately and informed about the subject of the announcement.
Lastly, to attract other students’ attention or to ask for their support, announcements regarding the student's special situation should not be made in the classroom, and the disability situation should not be shared without the student's permission.