Accessible Learning Services

  • If you are a person who is deaf, deafened or hard of hearing, the available services include sign language interpreting, intervening, computerized note taking, manual note taking, academic advising, certificate and test-taking accommodations, and loans of assistive listening devices.
  • If you are a person with a disability (learning disability, ADHD, acquired brain injury, mental health disability, blindness or low vision, medical disability, mobility disability), the available services include assessment and testing/exam accommodations; large-print, electronic or Braille materials; digital recorders; adaptive technology; computerized and peer note takers; learning strategists; and peer tutoring.
  • These services are free to anyone registered in a George Brown College course. To register for any of these services, you must obtain an intake form and submit it as soon as you have registered in your course to ensure that the service(s) you need can be arranged in time for your first class. You can find the intake form and details about how to register for services on the Accessible Learning Services web page.
  • For more information, contact Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services at 416-415-5000, ext. 4654, or 1-877-515-5559 (TTY) or Accessible Learning Services at 416-415-5000, ext. 2622.