LAP Blackboard site: Online access to Learning Assistance Program services and information including etext, study
skills handouts, online trainings/videos, etc. (You must be a Learning Assistance
Program student to access this site. If you are registered with the Learning Assistance
Program and unable to log on please call 922-6966 ext. 3274.)
Tutorial Services: Free subject specific tutoring is available on campus!
Health Services Office: The Health Services Office handles a wide range of health-related situations including
emergency first aid, illness/injury assessment, psychological counseling, student
insurance and health education programs.
Department of Rehabilitation The California Department of Rehabilitation works in partnership with consumers and
other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent
living and equality for individuals with disabilities. ((805) 928-1891 (Voice/TTY)
Central Coast Assistive Technology Training Center (CCATC) The CCATC has helped hundreds of consumers learn to use assistive technology for
computer access, augmentative communication, environmental control, low vision assistance,
ergonomic workplace safety, and home, work-site and school access.
The Braille Institute offers services to help people with limited or no vision lead independent and enriched
lives. Phone: (805) 682-6222. Fax:(805) 687-6141. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Blindness-Related Email Links This document contains instructions on how to join over two hundred blindness related
emailing lists and newsgroups. It also contains an extensive listing of accessibility
lists as well as a list of emailing lists that are not blindness-related, but which
are frequented by blind members.
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