I would like to ask...have you considered going to your disability center on campus? No joke. I was struggling my first semester in my SLP courses and ended with two C and two B then I found out about disability center and got Dr to write me note etc...then once approved they helped me to get more time allotted to take my tests. This allowed me to get straight As for the next three semesters in every class! All it took was study groups, and extra time to process comprehension. Of questions being asked on tests. Maybe this will help.
If you are thinking of special Ed . teachers are needed badly. If OT is not at your school is it possible to go to another school? Or...
This option will take time and money. Get anothet B.A in a different field. Acing all classes. Raise GPA then you could apply to a grad school masters program that accepts leveling students like university of the pacific. Etc..
Definitely would have a better chance. Lots of ways to complete a dream. .still trying to do my dream and hoping for an acceptance.