Information for Students with Disabilities

Mission Statement
Med-Life Institute will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified students with properly documented disabilities. Documentation must be in writing and must be current. Three to five years is the outside limit for learning disabilities. Psychiatric disabilities should be documented yearly. Documentation must be provided by an appropriately credentialed professional—a licensed primary care provider for physical disabilities, a psychologist with training in the learning disabilities of adults and adolescents for learning disabilities, a mental health provider licensed to diagnose psychiatric disabilities. The specific content of the documentation will vary with the nature of the student’s disability, but in all cases it should include a diagnosis, justification, recommendations, and a clear rationale for the recommendations. The student will sign a release allowing the disabilities specialist to inform the professors of the accommodations to which the student is entitled, and to discuss their implementation. The student is responsible for reviewing and arranging for accommodations with the disabilities specialist and the professors. Faculty should consult with the disabilities specialist (Student Services) before making any accommodations requested by students
The Office for Students with Disabilities is committed to the fulfillment of equal educational opportunity, autonomy, and full inclusion for students with disabilities.

The Office for Students exists to determine and ensure reasonable and appropriate accommodations and modifications for qualified students with documented disabilities, to assist students in self-advocacy, to educate the community about disabilities, and to ensure compliance with the ADAAA, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.


  • To facilitate the highest levels of educational excellence and potential quality of life for students with disabilities
  • To support the institution’s academic standards.
  • To strive to achieve the highest levels of competence and integrity in all areas of support to adult students with disabilities. This support is guided by the consistent use of objective, professional judgment in all areas, especially when addressing the confidential nature of a student’s disability.
  • To develop strategies, skills, and knowledge pertinent to the highest quality of disability service delivery through participation in professional activities and educational opportunities designed to strengthen the personal, educational, and vocational quality of life for students with disabilities.
  • To actively support and clarifying institutional, state, and federal laws, policies, and procedures applicable to the delivery of services for students with disabilities.

Students Handbook or Catalog

  • Access information on policies, accommodations and student responsibilities.
  • Other facilities and services available to students with disabilities.

Locations, Accessibility Maps, and Phone Numbers
For  appointments, please call Med-Life Institute:

Lauderdale Lakes Campus

Bldg : 4000
Ph: 954-943-8667
Fax: 954-943-0984
Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 9:00AM-6:00PM
Friday: 9:00AM-1:00PM
Email address: medlifeinstitutell@outlook.com

Naples Campus

Bldg: 4995
Ph: (239) 732-1300
Fax: (239) 417-5110
Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 9:00AM-6:00PM
Friday: 9:00AM-1:00PM
Email address: nmartin@medlifinstitute.edu

Kissimmee Campus

Bldg: 4727 
Ph: 407-434-0008
Fax: 407-574-5333
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Email address: blove.medlifeinstitute@outlook.com


What's New at Med-Life Institute?

We also have expanded the space of most of our campus locations into much larger space areas and have some brand new Nursing Labs, brand new Classrooms with Smart Boards, brand New Computer Labs, Student Resource Center/Library, Brand new Admissions office and Academics office, New Technological and Interactive Simulation-Maternity and Pediatrics (OB/PEDS) beds. New Nursing Student Activity associations on campus and Community Service activities (volunteering) in the surrounding areas of some of the campuses.

Accreditation & Program Approval

Institutionally ACCREDITED  by  the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) - Naples, Kissimmee and Lauderdale Lakes Campuses 

LICENSED by the Florida Commission for Independent Education (CIE) 

APPROVED by the Florida Board of Nursing