Possibilities for post-secondary studies
Source: Institut des troubles d’apprentissage
All secondary students must make a choice when they want to pursue their studies and made in accordance with their interests and abilities. However, students with learning difficulties must ask questions about the services offered according to the programs and the establishment they want to choose. It’s important to be well-informed. Inclusion consultant Odette Raymond speaks of three types of post-secondary education:
The three types of education
For all these three types of education, services for students with learning difficulties are in place and counsellors can support them. It is advisable that students contact each of their teachers as the student themselves are the greatest authority on their own path and strengths.
It is especially important to have a meeting with each teacher before the first class, and yes, it’s possible to pursue studies after secondary with a learning disability.
There are several possibilities in vocational training, college and university!