«Community» column

Transition Programs for Students with Disabilities

March 31st, 2015; By NEADS

One of the best ways students can get a sense of what to expect when beginning a post-secondary program is to talk with people who have first-hand experience in such […]

Motivation Management with ADHD

March 31st, 2015; By National Center for Learning Disabilities

Time management always makes me think of having to manage time to work, get things done, tackling my to-do list. Boring! And having an ADHD wired brain, if things are […]

Becoming a Self-Advocate

March 20th, 2015; By NEADS

“You’re hired for your strengths not for your deficits or challenges. Your focus should be on what you can do and on articulating that to the potential employer” – Julie Ouellette, […]

Residence and Campus Accessibility

March 20th, 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 […]

Scholarships and Bursaries for Students with Disabilities

March 20th, 2015; By National Center for Learning Disabilities

You’ve got big academic dreams – they’ve got the funds! Scholarships are “free money” given to a student for their college education—unlike loans, this money does not have to be […]

Campus Disability Services

March 18th, 2015; By NEADS

If you’re a student with a disability looking at your post-secondary options, we’ve provided a handy link to the NEADS website where you can access information about campus disability services […]

Self-Advocacy for Students with Learning Disabilities

February 28th, 2015; By National Center for Learning Disabilities

There may be times when you’ll need extra assistance or special adaptations in high school, college, or at a job. When you were young, your parents or care-giver likely worked […]