What are combo-bound books?
They are making sure I have all the handouts etc at the residential school so I have minimal writing. (They did offer voice recording - but I can't work that way - just the way my brain is).
They will let me have breaks in exams to wander around and crack all the joints - have to start early, have the breaks with someone watching and the end time is the same as everyone esle.
On the residential school, it is all about helping me get round the walking and pacing myself. I will also be allowed a downstairs room by myself (not because I mind sharing - but because I don't want to disturb others with my pain and disturb sleep and cracking joints)
I have wrote about this on a seperate thread about OU residential courses.http://www.hypermobility.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=6272
Benign Joint Familial Hypermobility Syndrome (BJFHS) - Confirmed Prof Bird April 2008
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