Whether you are a new or returning student, undergraduate or graduate, you may find that the following resources assist in your pursuit of learning and living well @ Dal.
- Canadian Mental Health Association - A guide to college and university for students with psychiatric disabilities
- National Educational Association of Disabled Students (NEADS) - A Canadian-based information resource: funding, events, advocacy material
- Learning Disabilities Association of Nova Scotia - A non-profit association offering support, advocacy, referrals
- National Center for Learning Disabilities (US) - Contains information on types of LD, resources, parent pages
- National Autistic Society (UK) - Houses information for students, parents, and professionals
- Association on Higher Education and Disability (US) - Lists transition resources and FAQs for parents and students
- Study Aids - from Disability Issues.ca - Houses a toolbox of study tips from memory aids, to note taking, to using flash cards
- LD Online (and ADHD) - Links to articles, books on college and college prep
- Canadian Diabetes Association - A national organization dedicated to research, advocacy, healthy living
- Crohn’s and Colitis Canada - Features educational resources, research reports
- Adaptech Research Network - Has an extensive database of free and inexpensive assistive technologies
Books, articles and videos
- iPad App Helps Students with ADHD Stay on Task (article)
- Disability in Science: A Student’s Success (video)
- ONFE Assistive Technology Support Videos
- Survival Guide for College Students With ADHD or LD (2nd ed., by Kathleen G. Nadeau)
- Job Search Handbook for People with Disabilities (2nd ed., by Dr. Daniel J. Ryan)
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