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Resources: Learning Disabilities

  • Youth2youth is a great site created by students with Learning Disabilities for students transitioning into post-secondary education: understand your learning disabilities, know your legal rights for accommodation, be your own advocate and more!
  • The Adaptech Research Network consists of a team of academics, students and consumers based at Dawson College in Montreal. They conduct research involving college and university students with a variety of disabilities in Canada.
  • IDIA, Inter-University Disability Issues Association, is an association of disability service providers from Universities throughout Ontario. Working together, Universities can share ideas and strategies to overcome issues and problems, allowing students with disabilities across Ontario to succeed in post-secondary education.
  • College Committee on Disability Issues / Comité collegial en besoins particuliers The CCDI mission is to promote and provide quality leadership in the development and delivery of support services to students with disabilities, in order to enhance educational opportunity and student success, foster the college communities' awareness of and support for persons with disabilities, while promoting partnerships among students, program departments and support service departments.
  • The University of Washington has an extensive collection of videos on a variety of topics related to individuals with disabilities accessing curriculum, using technology, and pursuing challenging careers:
  • This is a fantastic site Canadian about Attention Deficit Disorder with great video clips – makes you laugh, but gives you great information too.
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