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- Accessible Learning Services is committed to ensuring that students with disabilities receive reasonable and effective academic accommodations and support services in order to be able to participate fully in their academic environment.
- If you are a person with a disability (Deaf, deafened or hard of hearing; learning disability; attention deficit hyperactivity disorder [ADHD]; acquired brain injury; mental health concerns; blindness or low vision; medical disability; mobility disability), it is important to register with Accessible Learning Services as early as possible in order to receive accommodations in time for your first class.
- When you register, you will meet with an accessibility consultant who will assist you in determining the appropriate accommodations for your program and learning needs.
- Accommodation supports may include American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation, admission, placement and test-taking accommodations, large-print, electronic or Braille materials, adaptive technology, note taking, learning strategist support and more.
- These services are free to anyone registered in a George Brown College course. To register for any of these services, you must complete an intake form and submit it and your disability documentation to the Accessible Learning Services office at your campus. For a copy of the intake form and details about how to register for services, visit the Accessible Learning Services web page.
- For more information, contact Accessible Learning Services at firstname.lastname@example.org, at 416-415-5000, ext. 2622, or 1-877-515-5559 (TTY) or by visiting their offices.