Campus Assist List
Provides services, accommodations and adaptive technology for students with documented permanent and temporary disabilities to enhance their success at UCI. Services offered include pre-admission planning, priority registration for classes, specialized individual or group orientation to campus, adaptive technology, testing accommodations, note-taking services, sign language interpreters, preferential seating in class, readers and scribes.
Mental health care consultative services and support to resolve behavioral health issues. Primary crisis intervention resource to facilitate and coordinate appropriate resources. Time-limited case management for individual employees.
Complainint support and navigation services for employees who have or may desire to bring forth complaints of alleged conduct that violates UC policy on sexual violence and sexual harassment.
111 Theory, Suite 200
Information on UCI disability plans (short-term, supplemental and UCRP) and procedures, used in conjunction with state-mandated Workers' Compensation and Social Security plans to create a comprehensive safety net to protect employees from loss of wages over the course of their disability period.
Responsible for University compliance with federal and state laws and UC policies and procedures regarding discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment and sex offenses. OEOD works to promote and integrate the principles of equal opportunity, affirmative action, nondiscrimination and inclusive excellence at UCI.
605 West Santa Ana Boulevard
Disability insurance benefits provide partial wage replacement to eligible workers unable to work because of a medical or physical illness or injury (non-work related), which prevents them from performing their regular or customary work (including pregnancy). SDI benefits generally last a year. Eligibility includes being unable to do your regular work for at least eight days and having earned at least $300 from which SDI deductions were withheld. Online application available.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) pays wage replacement income benefits to those who worked long enough and paid Social Security taxes. Eligibility includes having worked in jobs covered by Social Security and having a medical condition that meets Social Security's definition of disability. Generally available to people who are unable to work for a year or more. (Federal program administered by U.S. Social Security Administration.)
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program pays benefits to aged, blind, and disabled people who have limited or no income, providing cash to meet basic needs for food, clothing and shelter. SSI is funded by general tax revenues and eligibility is based on income and disability, not years of experience. (Federal program administered by U.S. Social Security Administration.)
Employment and independent living resource for people with disabilities. Assists with obtaining and retaining employment.
County-funded service providing payment to care providers for elderly and disabled adults to be able to meet individual need and assure they live safely at home. Services may include house cleaning, shopping, cooking, laundry and personal care.
OC Bus assisted transportation program for disabled adults and seniors. $3.60 each way. Must apply and receive approval before using program.