I have been a registered x-ray tech for the past seven years and did my job without any special accommodations or requests. I have congential birth defects & I'm 4'7, but I've never let it stand in my way and most co-workers have said that they don't even notice my disability because I don't dwell on it. I know I won't have any issues with clinicals because I survived them once before.
My only concern is that I do have some hearing loss. I'm not sure how bad it is, but I'm fairly certain that I'll have to purchase an electronic stethoscope. When I first learned to do B/P & such, I had a regular stethoscope, but that was a long time ago. I don't want this to hinder me in school and I'm very determined. I just want to be advised of any steps that I should take to ensure that the school doesn't try to discriminate me for my problems. They'd have a tough time on there hands considering I've already established myself in the medical field.