If you feel comfortable, consider discussing mental health needs with your Study Abroad Advisor. Your advisor can guide you in identifying country-specific concerns and available support options as you develop an individualized strategy for your mental well-being.
If you anticipate needing accommodations (e.g testing, classroom, assistive technology, etc.), make an appointment with a counselor from Services for Students with Disabilities(SSD) to learn more about the types of accommodations available and receive documentation of accommodation needs for education abroad experiences.
While not all accommodations are guaranteed while abroad, SSD–in collaboration with study abroad advisors and host country staff–will work to ensure students can make an informed decision about their experience.
You should discuss potential accommodations early on in your travel planning process so that there is a higher probability that they can be arranged.