INTEGRATED DISABILITY MANAGEMENTDawn Watkins, Director
Reasonable AccommodationA reasonable accommodation should help an individual/employee with the ability to perform all essential functions of their job classification. The process requires the review of competent medical that provides guidance from the employee's medical provider. An interactive process meeting between the employee and his/her supervisor or District representative is conducted to determine what accommodations and alternate accommodations will be most effective. The interactive process is an ongoing process and must be conducted whenever an employee's work status changes, new work restrictions are provided and/or the granted accommodation is no longer effective.
The Attachment A is the administrator/supervisor's interpretation of the interactive process meeting discussion with the employee requesting accommodations. The Attachment B is the employee’s request for accommodations the worksite is unable to accommodate. The Attachment C is an appeal of the Reasonable Accommodation Committee's decision and is only necessary if the employee applied for reasonable accommodations with the Committee and was not approved.