Thinking about post-secondary? Then you will want to visit this website for information on scholarships and bursaries that you may be eligible for.
This transition planning guide, developed by the government of Alberta, may be helpful for high school students with ADHD and their parents to plan their transition to post-secondary education.
This website is a project of the National Educational Association of Disabled Students, a consumer organization with a mandate to encourage the self-empowerment of Canadian post-secondary students with disabilities.
Alberta. Alberta Education. Learning and Teaching Resources Branch. (2006).Program Planning (IPP): ECS to grade 12. Chapter 8: Planning for transitions. Retrieved from http://education.alberta.ca/media/511715/ipp.pdf. This chapter is part of a comprehensive Individualized Program Planning (IPP) binder developed by Alberta Education.
ACYI Transition Planning Protocol for Youth with Disabilities: Your Guide to Reaching New Heights; December 2007. This transition planning protocol was developed by the Alberta Children and Youth Initiative (ACYI) to support transitions for youth (ages 13 to 25) with disabilities.
This is a website for youth with learning disabilities sponsored by the Learning Disabilities Association of Canada (LDAC).