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Examples of Reasonable Accommodations

The following are examples of reasonable accommodations based on areas of study.

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CPNE®

You must be able to care safely for hospitalized adult and pediatric patients, addressing their physical needs (including mobility) and psychological needs. You must satisfy the technical standards for the School of Nursing associate degree programs. Where appropriate, accommodations for the CPNE may include:

  • Use of an amplified stethoscope
  • Use of electronic devices for assessing vital signs
  • Sign language interpreter
  • Additional testing time which can be extended by thirty minutes for each patient care situation in the CPNE
  • Limiting to 5 the number of assigned areas of care in the patient care situation
  • Additional break time between examination components
  • Assistance with lifting and positioning of patient
  • Provision of latex-free gloves (acco