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
  • 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.

Asperger Support Group - Winter 2015

ASD Social Group for Winter 2015 every Thursday, 10:50am-11:40am, in room B111

The ASD Social Group is back for Winter 2015 and will take place every Thursday, 10:50am-11:40am, in room B111 at the North campus. Meetings start on Thursday January 15th.

All students living with ASD, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (i.e Autism, Asperger’s), are welcome! It’s an opportunity to connect with new, like-minded students and safely and comfortably build on your communication and interaction skills.

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

Easy Start Transition Program for Students with Disabilities – Fall 2014

Join Us for the Easy Start Transition Program

This fall we are expanding the Easy Start Transition Program for students with disabilities to include a series of workshops.  These workshops are co-facilitated by senior student leaders who are connected with our services and by members of our staff.  All students, regardless of whether or not they attended the Easy Start Transition Program in August, are encouraged to attend.


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.