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ADA Testing Accommodations Handbook

The International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards (The Conference)
complies with applicable federal and state laws regarding the Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA). The Conference will consider requests from qualified candidates
with a diagnosed disability for accommodations to take a Conference administered
exam if the request is reasonable and properly documented and does not fundamentally
alter the exam or jeopardize exam security.

Submission of an accommodations request does not guarantee that testing
accommodations will be made. The Conference reviews each request and professional
recommendation to determine if the accommodation is reasonable and appropriate for
the testing environment. Testing accommodations that would fundamentally alter the
nature of the exam will not be granted.

Applicants must request accommodations at the same time as they apply to take an
exam. The Accommodations Request Candidate Checklist, Candidate Accommodations
Request Form, and Health Practitioner Statement are available at the end of this
Accommodations Handbook. Please ensure you fully complete each task so that your
request can be reviewed.

The information in this Accommodations Handbook may be modified, amended, or
canceled by The Conference at any time, without notice. This edition of the
Accommodations Handbook supersedes all prior policies or procedures as to the
subjects addressed in it and all representations, oral or written. It is recommended that
candidates utilize the web version of this Handbook on The Conference’s website in
order to access the hyperlinks and ensure they are reviewing the most up-to-date
version.

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