St. Cloud MN 56303
The Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota was founded in 1954 by a group of dedicated doctors and social workers to address concerns about challenges facing people with seizures. Today, EFMN offers services across Minnesota and eastern North Dakota to those facing the challenges of epilepsy. EFMN also serves the broader community by fostering a better understanding of epilepsy, promoting basic seizure training, and raising awareness of how common it is to experience a seizure. An estimated 60,000 people in our region have epilepsy and our vision is that each of them will reach their full potential. EFMN is an affiliate of the national Epilepsy Foundation.
LDA Minnesota, a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) agency, helps children, youth, and adults with or at risk for learning and attention challenges to achieve their potential in work, school, and life. Over its 50-year history, the organization has become recognized for its expertise and use of current research and practices in the area of learning and attention challenges. Services include diagnostic assessments, consultations, free support groups for those with ADHD, workshops, professional development, public education, and outreach.
St. Joseph MN 56374
CSB/SJU Student Accessibility Services is responsible for developing appropriate accommodations for individuals with documented disabilities. Academic accommodations are made on an individualized and flexible basis. The primary goal of our office is to ensure that all students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to participate in both academic and non-academic campus activities.
Centennial Hall 202
St. Cloud, MN 56301
The Office of Student Disability Services provides access to academic programming and advocacy for students with disabilities in the pursuit of educational goals. SDS is SCSU’s program to provide support service for students with a physical, cognitive or mental/emotional disability. Our goal is to provide facility and programmatic access through reasonable accommodations to allow students with disabilities an equal opportunity for academic success.