Humber

Disability Services (DS)

Disability Services (DS) provides assistance to students to address the effects of disability on academic performance. If you have been diagnosed with:

  • brain injury
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • hearing impairment
  • learning disability
  • medical condition
  • mental health condition
  • mobility impairment
  • vision impairment
  • or other disabling condition

come in and meet with our staff for information on our services and resources.

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing - Connexions Program 2014

An invitation to Humber students, from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, to participate in the Ministry's Connexions Day 2014 Program:

This one day unique program provides information to university and college students with disabilities who are interested in pursuing a productive and rewarding career with the Ontario Public Service or the broader public sector.

This year Connexions Day will be held on May 30, 2014, at 777 Bay Street, Toronto. Now in its sixth year, Connexions has become an integral part of our Ministry’s commitment to the Ontario Public Service’s diversity goals.

Scholarship for Students with Physical (Mobility) Disabilities

The Toronto Community Foundation has announced that the Joubin/Selig Scholarship fund applications (for 2014) are now available for qualifying undergraduate students enrolled in colleges and universities in Ontario.

The Scholarship was established by donors to provide financial assistance to post-secondary students in Ontario, with permanent physical (mobility) disabilities, who wish to pursue an education in their chosen field of study.

The total award amount available varies from year to year. Each scholarship award is set at a maximum of $5,000.  

2014 AMI Scholarship Program

Accessible Media Inc. is proud to announce the 2014 AMI Scholarship Program. Two scholarships of $5,000 each will be awarded, one of which will be reserved for a student with a permanent disability.

 

Shire 2014 ADHD Scholarship Program

Applications are now closed. 

The Shire Canada ADHD Scholarship Program supports people diagnosed with ADHD who are pursuing higher education. The scholarship is a $1,500 award and one year of ADHD coaching services (approximate value of $4,400.00).

Sign up for email updates at Shire Canada to find out when the 2015 Scholarship opens. 

Asperger Support Group - Winter 2014

The Asperger’s Support Group has now ended for Winter 2014. Thank you to all the students who attended this semester.

We will be back in Fall 2014!

For more information in the meantime, please contact Jeff Szmyr, Disabilities Services Consultant at jeff.szmyr@humber.ca

 

The Easy Start Transition Program for Students with Disabilities

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The Easy Start Transition Program is brought to you by Humber Disability Services with support from HSBC.

We would like to thank all the first year students and student supporters who participated in this year's Easy Start Transition Program!