Published on April 12th, 2015

Dream Jobs: Ballerina

April 12th, 2015; By Laurel Walsh

Brooke Nagy is an 18 year old on a fast-track to becoming Canada’s next prima ballerina. Becoming a professional ballet dancer was not a decision Brooke made on a whim. […]

Embrace Your Weirdness

April 12th, 2015; By Jamie Hadland

A lot of people spend time trying to fit in. They don’t want to stand out or be considered different, weird, awkward or strange. Having the same clothes, interests and […]

The Road to Self-Acceptance

April 12th, 2015; By Teodora Pasca

How’s your self-esteem doing? If you’re like me, you tend to see the best in others—and the absolute worst in yourself. Self-acceptance can be a difficult concept to wrap your […]

Bullying Is Everyone’s Problem

April 12th, 2015; By Fiona Bramzell

There is no doubt that bullying is a problem which has been around for a long time – within all forms of human interaction, there have always been those that […]

Covering the Cost of University

April 12th, 2015; By Carly Wignes

University tuition is a huge expense that leaves many students deep in debt by the time they graduate – especially if they choose to live on their own, either in […]

Student Loan Repayment Assistance for Borrowers with Permanent Disabilities

April 12th, 2015; By NEADS

Students with permanent disabilities who are having difficulty paying back their student loans are eligible for the Repayment Assistance Plan for Borrowers with Permanent Disabilities (RAP-PD). RAP-PD makes debt repayment […]

Support Services Available at Post-Secondary

April 12th, 2015; By Transition Resource Guide

Each post-secondary school will have a range of services to support students with disabilities and the wider student population.  These services provide an excellent source of support for students (and […]