Enhancing Accessibility in Post-Secondary Education Institutions
Transition and Orientation Sessions / Courses Resources
Below are a sampling of great resources and examples to assist in developing and running courses or training sessions on transition to PSE for students with disabilities.
- Make the CUT is a is a joint transition program with Carleton University and Algonquin College designed to assist students with Learning Disabilities or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder make a successful transition from secondary school to college or university.
- Sheridan College offers a Summer Transition Experience Program which is a four day long residential program to assist students in developing the skills necessary to effectively and proatively transition to post-secondary education.
- The University of Alberta offers a Specialized Support Transition Course for students who are blind or partially sighted.
- Project ADVANCE is a 5-week summer course offered by York University which aims to prepare students with specific learning disabilities for success and the challenges in their university studies.
- The PASS Program is a summer transition program for mature students and students with learning disabilities at Conestoga College.
- The University of Toronto offers a Summer Transition Program for students with learning disabilities and ADHD. It is open to those transitioning to University from High School, College and the workplace.
- The Transition Program for Students with Disabilities is a joint program hosted by Lakehead University and Confederation College. It aims to introduce prospective students and their parents to the supports and services available, and to help create a smooth transition between high school and post-secondary education for students with disabilities.
- The Blundon Centre at Memorial University provides outreach to disability community organizations and regularly participates in transition-planning events that are organized by these groups and the provincial government. To learn more contact the Blundon centre at (709) 864-2156 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Back to Enhancing Accessibility Guide