NEADS Conference 2004 - Right On!
Theme 2: Inclusion in Campus Life
The benefits of involvement in extra-curricular activities have been well established for students. It is essential that students with disabilities have opportunities to participate fully in and benefit from all aspects of campus life, including involvement in campus-based extra-curricular activities.
In 2004 NEADS began work on a project to promote the inclusion of post-secondary students with disabilities in college and university-sponsored campus activities. This project, supported through funding from the Government of Canada, aims to provide activity programmers and student union executives with the tools they need to organize activities that are accessible to all students.
We are looking for several speakers who would be willing to share their personal and/or professional experience and expertise in this area.
The following key questions will be addressed in the Inclusion in Campus Life workshop: