Published on February 17th, 2015

Residence & Campus Accessibility

February 17th, 2015; By Transition Resource Guide

RESIDENCE ACCESSIBILITY Most residence buildings offer accommodations to students with disabilities or other special needs. During the residence application process, there is often a Special Needs Form that students can […]

Offices for Students with Disabilities

February 17th, 2015; By Transition Resource Guide

Educational institutions have a legal obligation to provide reasonable accommodations that promote equity for people who have disabilities. To adhere to their legal obligation, provincial/territorial governments provide publicly funded colleges […]

Disabled Students’ Leadership On-Campus

February 17th, 2015; By NEADS

Student leadership and disabled student groups are important on post-secondary campuses if positive change is to occur. Just as a student council is a vital tool for bringing the needs […]

School vs. Life

February 17th, 2015; By Sharifa Campbell-Hogg

When you  make the move to junior high and high school, everyone seems to think that there is no way to balance both having a social life and excelling in […]

Reasons to Use Kids Help Phone

February 17th, 2015; By Kathleen Gerry

Kids Help Phone is a free, anonymous resource that is there for you 24/7. Its purpose is to give young people someone to talk to when they feel they have […]

Paying It Forward

February 17th, 2015; By Amanda Desouza

I recently heard about someone in a Tim Horton’s drive-thru paying for the coffee of the driver behind them. I thought it was such a nice thing to do for […]

Dream Job: Hockey Player

February 17th, 2015; By Susan Huebert

Many people dream of being a famous sports star when they grow up, but not everyone achieves that dream. Have you ever wanted to become a star in a sport […]