Welcome to the Resources Hub!
This page is dedicated to providing accessibility resources that help remove stigma and highlight best practices in making post-secondary education accessible for students with disabilities!
Disability Fact Sheets
- Meet Lynn (PDF) - Depression Case Study
- Meet Garrett (PDF) - Learning Disability Case Study
- More to come...
- Mental Health Spiritual Care
- Talking About Mental Health
- Mental Health Care Cheat Sheet
- Mental Health Care Resources
- Progressive Muscle Relaxation
- Box Breathing
- 8 Step Body Check
Accessible Campus: The Council of Ontario Universities consisting of 20 publicly and federally funded universities developed an online resource to provide the latest information about accessibility and AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, S.O. 2005, c. 11) standards relating to post-secondary education.
CELA: Provides all public libraries in Ontario with access to alternative books formats for patrons with print disabilities. Register with your local library in order to gain access to this resource.
DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) Center: The University of Washington provides resources and supports to promote awareness and accessibility for people with disabilities from the classroom to the workplace.
Academic Accommodations for Students with Mental Health Disabilities: The Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development partnered with Universities and Colleges to develop a series of videos as part of the Mental Health Innovation Fund. These videos provide best-practices to accommodating students with mental health disabilities. Please note: the videos are only to be used as a learning resource for understanding the accommodation process for students with mental health disabilities. Practices and procedures outlined in the videos may vary from those at Tyndale University.
Transition Resource Guide: An online guide for students with disabilities to support a successful transition to one's post-secondary institution. This resource guide developed for publicly-funded Universities and Colleges is to be used for informational purposes only.