Are you or your child in grades 11 or 12+ with an LD or ADHD? Looking to prepare for the transition to college or university?
The TIPS Post-Secondary program is a small-group college and university transition support program
for students in Grade 11 and 12+ with a diagnosed, identified, or suspected learning disability.
This program aims to prepare students for the transition to post-secondary by equipping them with the necessary skills to navigate their new environment and advocate for their needs, thus fostering strong socio-emotional skills to set them up for success.
In TIPS, participants work on developing self-advocacy and coping strategies and learn about the various resources available at college and university to prepare for a positive transition to post-secondary education.
Sessions are taught using a combination of discussion, instruction, guest speakers and engaging activities.
- Self-advocacy skills and strategies;
- Building confidence;
- Developing an understanding that there are others experiencing the same difficulties as them;
- Preparation for the transition to post-secondary education.
Who: Students grades 11 and 12+ with a learning disability or ADHD diagnosis
What: Small group
Focus: Increase self-advocacy and awareness of student’s disability
When: Once a week for 8 weeks,
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