Queen's News Centre
Iris Lam, a clinical psychologist in the Centre of Development and Resources for Students at the University of Hong Kong, recently spent a week at the Regional Assessment and Resource Centre at Queen's. Ms Lam says she learned a lot that will positively impact students at her home university.
The Regional Assessment and Resource Centre (RARC) at Queen's is setting the standard for excellence in assessing and providing resources to post-secondary students with neurologically-based disorders. RARC's impact is extending beyond Canada and the United States with a recent international visitor.
"My week at the centre has been eye-opening and shown me ways my university can improve services for students with learning disabilities," says Iris Lam, a clinical psychologist in the Centre of Development and Resources for Students at the University of Hong Kong. "After examining the high-quality work of RARC's psychologists and psychological associates, I think we can improve our assessments in order to develop more informed accommodations."