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Carleton Disability Awareness Centre (CDAC)
Navigating the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)
Ottawe, Ontario
Navigating the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) can be very complicated for persons with disabilities, especially students with disabilities. Join us on Feb. 14th to learn about recent changes made to ODSP. CDAC coordinator, Brett, will be offering some insider tips on how to maximize your entitlements as a postsecondary student. This event will be held in the CDAC office from 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.


- If you require ASL interpretation or other accommodations in order to access this event, please email ASAP, and we will do our best to provide them.
- All children, attendants, guide and service dogs are welcomed
- Nearest accessible and gender neutral washrooms are located by the GSRC and Wellness Centre.
- This is a free event

*Land Acknowledgement*
CDAC would like to acknowledge that our work, as well this event will take place on the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin nation.

About CDAC
The Carleton Disability Awareness Center (CDAC) provides the Carleton community with social supports regarding disability and accessibility. CDAC is designed to act as a forum for disability issues and to provide advocacy and events. The CDAC staff aims to foster social opportunities and to involve the CUSA membership in disability education and inclusion. They endeavour to challenge the stereotypes about disability and assist in the removal of barriers to every aspect of university life. CDAC achieves this through a wide range of programming for students that are both fun and informative.

Since its founding in 1988, CDAC has become one of the leading disability awareness centers in the country and has been at the forefront of advocacy at the student level. Whether it be in policy through the Association of Ontarians with Disabilities Act, or our Disability Awareness Weeks, we have always been proud of our ability to promote effective change within the Carleton community.

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