Preparing for Post-Secondary Education Accessibility: Looking Beyond Academics

The author of this post highlights areas of accessibility in the post-secondary setting that one might not initially think about.

Going into post-secondary education is a big step for anyone. If you have a disability, it can be a great way to gain some independence.  However, before researching costs or courses, you should be thinking about accessibility.

When it comes to post-secondary education, accessibility involves more than just whether or not you can physically get around the campus.  Along with physical accessibility, you need to look at the accessibility of the school’s services and the accessibility of the surrounding area.

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Scott MacLellan has a series of articles on Transition at the Support for Special Needs Blog.  All of the information is based on his personal experience as a person with a disability.

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