Now that you have a better understanding of your strengths and areas where you may require support, it is time to learn about disclosure. Disclosure means intentionally releasing personal information about yourself for a specific purpose. In the context of school or employment, it is important to think about a) how your differences impact your ability to perform or learn and b) the support, environment, and services you will need in order to participate successfully and fully. Disclosure is personal and it is up to you how much sensitive information you wish to share. An accommodation is a modification or adjustment that gives a person with a disability an equal opportunity to participate or perform in specific settings by eliminating or reducing any barriers. In general, some degree of disclosure is necessary to receive accommodations.