Lawsuit claims school dismissed student with ADHD over medication use

11/8/2011 | Lawrence Journal-World (Kansas)

A former student with attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder at Washburn University in Topeka, Kan., is suing the school, along with a local health-care contractor, over his dismissal from a graduate program in clinical psychology and a related internship. Ryan Talley claims officials unlawfully forbade him from using his prescribed ADHD medication, which lawyers say denied him a "reasonable accommodation" for his disability and violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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