To access these services, it is important that you identify early with Accessible Learning at the campus you will be attending. In order for accommodations to be put in place for the start-up of classes, we ask that you complete and submit an Accessible Learning Intake Form along with documentation that verifies your disability.
The guidelines below outlines the documentation required for different types of disabilities:
Acquired Brain Injury: Neuropsychological Report
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Medical Information Request Form completed by a Family Physician with ADHD training or a Psychoeducational Assessment
Autism / Asperger’s Syndrome: Medical Information Request Form or Psychoeducational Assessment
Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Audiology Report
Learning Disability: Psychoeducational Assessment
Medical Disability: Medical Information Request Form
Mental Health Disability: Medical Information Request Form
Physical/Mobility Impairment: Medical Information Request Form
Visual Impairment: Ophthalmologist Report or CNIB card
We also require that you attend an Accessible Learning Transition Session to obtain information about our services, ask questions, and meet with staff and other students. Transition Sessions are held between May and August each year. A schedule showing the dates and times they are offered will be posted here at that time. Please call or email as soon as possible to reserve a seat at the session of your choice. At the end of each session, individual intake appointments will be scheduled to discuss your needs and required accommodations.
Please note sessions run the full two hours.
Davis Campus Transitions Sessions
Please contact Theresa Siu to reserve your seat. Rooms TBA
(905) 459 - 7533, ext. 5168
HMC Campus Transitions Sessions
Please contact Jacinda Frazer to reserve your seat. Rooms TBA
(905) 845-9430, ext. 5737
Trafalgar Campus Transitions Sessions
Please contact Debra Brewer to reserve your seat. Rooms TBA
(905) 845-9430, ext. 2530
Through Your Lens – August 3rd and 4th, 2016
A free program designed to support students on the Autism Spectrum to successfully transition into Sheridan College. This is a free two-day program that will focus on areas such as: group work, learning strategies, technology, self-advocacy skills, and even include a classroom experience. If you are interested in attending please see the attached poster and complete the registration form.
This is a three- day program designed to support first year students registering with Accessible Learning. The cost to attend is $50.00, which includes: breakfast and lunch, interactive sessions, exploring campus resources and building friendships.
TRAFALGAR STEPS Flyer
DAVIS STEPS Flyer
STEPS Registration Form