Shire Canada ADHD Scholarship Program
: Deadline for Applications is April 15, 2014
Shire Canada will award up to FIVE scholarships to residents of:
- Nova Scotia,
- Ontario, or
who have been accepted to or are enrolled in a program at a Canadian accredited two- or four-year college, university, trade school, technical school, or vocational school located in the afore-mentioned provinces for the academic school year 2014-2015.
The recipients must be diagnosed with ADHD and under the care of a licensed health care professional for their ADHD, but do not have to be receiving medication treatment in order to be eligible.
Each scholarship recipient will receive an award of $1,500 and one year’s worth of ADHD coaching services from the EDGE Foundation. Winners will be notified on May 25, 2014.
To apply, please visit their website at: http://www.shireadhdscholarship/com/CA-EN/default.aspx
and either apply online or print and apply via form, which must be sent in.Mattinson Endowment Fund Scholarship for Disabled Students
Launch date: May 6 (appx - see website to verify: https://juno.aucc.ca/wes/hes.aspx?pg=934&oth=0001442010 )
Fields of study: All disciplines are eligible
Type of award: Applicable towards full-time studies of a first undergraduate degree.
- Candidates must be Canadian citizens or have lived in Canadafor at least two years as permanent residents.
- Candidates must be diagnosed with a documented permanentdisability that is the primary disability for which they are applying.
- Candidates must have a minimum average of 75%
Number available: Depending on funds available
Duration: One year; may be renewed upon re-application.
Eligible institutions: Any Canadian degree-granting institution or community college where the applicant is following a degree program under the college-university transfer system.
For more information: Contact email@example.comAs quoted from source: * "A permanent disability is a permanent functional limitation resulting from a physical, sensory or mental health impairment or a learning disability which affects the ability of the student to perform the activities necessary to participate fully in post-secondary learning".Carol Thompson Memorial Fund Scholarship & Doreen Kronick ScholarshipTwo scholarships offered by the Learning Disabilities Association of Canada (LDAC) are the Doreen Kronick Scholarship and the Carol Thompson Memorial Fund Scholarship. Both are available to post-secondary students with learning disabilities who are enrolled in full-time or part-time study programs. The amount of these awards is $1,000.
To apply for both of these awards, you must be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant. Recipients of these scholarships will not be eligible to reapply for three years. The deadline for receipt of applications is May 15th each year. Applications are sent to: Learning Disabilities Association of Canada, 323 Chapel Street, Suite 200, Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 7Z2, Tel: (613) 238-5721, Fax: (613) 235-5391, Web site: http://www.ldac-taac.ca/. Please contact LDAC-TAAC or see http://www.neads.ca/en/norc/funding/page24.php for eligibility details.
Justin Eves Foundation Established in 1998 by the Eves family in the honour of their late son and brother who had dyslexia.The primary goal of the Justin Eves Foundation to assist post secondary students with their education through scholarships. Students may apply for assistance for up to two years of their course of study.
- The current policy of the Justin Eves Foundation is to provide funding only to applicants who reside in Ontario and have graduated from an Ontario secondary school.
- The Justin Eves Foundation will provide financial support for Ontario students with learning disabilities who meet the application criteria attending a Canadian college or university or a post-secondary institution outside of Canada appropriate to their needs.
Note: Applications must be received on or before April 30th to be considered for funding for the following academic year. (please confirm the date on their Website: www.justinevesfoundation.com
) Download an application form!Floyd Laughren Bursary
The Justin Eves Foundation in co-operation with the Cambrian College and the Government of Ontario has established the Floyd Laughren Bursary. Floyd Laughren, from the Sudbury Region is the former Minister of Finance for the Province of Ontario.
The Floyd Laughren Bursary is administered by the Glen Crombie Centre for Disability Services at Cambrian College.
The Structure of the bursary is as follows:
For further information please to go Cambrian College Disability Services at www.cambriancollege.ca
- Available to a student with a learning disability in any program area at Cambrian College.
- Consideration for students with demonstrated financial need.
- Consideration for students who display a sincere effort and commitment to their academic endeavours.
- Nominations are accepted from faculty and peers.
- Final selection made by a committee including the Director and staff of the Glen Crombie Centre for Disability Services.
Gloria Landis Bursary
The Gloria Landis Memorial Bursary has been established by the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario (LDAO) in memory of Gloria Landis "for her significant and sustaining contribution to and achievements within LDAO on behalf of individuals with learning disabilities."
One bursary will be awarded annually in the amount of $1,000 "to a mature individual with learning disabilities entering their first year in a postsecondary program or accredited vocational institute." The deadline for application is June 15th each year.
The bursary is administered by LDAO. The selection will be made by a committee comprised of an LDAO board member, a member of the Adult Advocacy Committee, a member of the Landis family or a designate, and an LDAO staff person.
The application form will be available on the LDAO web site: http://www.ldao.on.ca, or those interested can contact: (416) 929-4311, ext. 29, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For information on two scholarship programs that are available nationally for learning disabled students, contact the Learning Disabilities Association of Canada, http://www.ldac-taac.ca/. Tel. (613) 238-5721. OSAP Disability Bursary
A Disability Bursary is available through the Ontario Ministry of Education. Available in May, deadline based on length of your study period.
This bursary provides up to $2,000 per academic year for students with permanent or temporary disabilities who require education-related services or equipment, such as tutors, note-takers, interpreters, braillers or technical aids, that are directly related to their disability.
You may be eligible if you:
- have applied and are eligible for OSAP for Full-Time Students and have at least $1 in calculated need; or
- have applied and are eligible for an Ontario Special Bursary if you are a part-time student;
- are enrolled full-time or part-time in a program at a designated postsecondary institution;
- are an Ontario resident as defined under either OSAP for Full-Time Students and/or the Ontario Special Bursary Program.
- have a permanent or temporary disability
- have disability-related educational costs (e.g. note-takers, vision/learning aids) that result from your disability and are not covered by another agency. Check out the list of eligible disability-related educational expenses for further information on what may be included under this bursary.
See: https://osap.gov.on.ca/OSAPPortal/en/A-ZListofAid/UCONT004257.html for all eligibility details.
How to apply: Applicants are advised to complete their application with the assistance of staff from their school's Office for Students with Disabilities. If your school does not have an Office for Students with Disabilities, you may contact the Ministry for assistance as per instructions on the application. Use the Application for Bursary for Students with Disabilities and Canada Student Grant for Services and Equipment for Persons with Permanent Disabilities (BSWD/CSG-PDSE). For students attending a public college or university in Ontario, applications must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office at their school. For students attending a private institution in Ontario or who are studying outside Ontario, applications must be mailed to the Ministry. For complete details see the instructions on the BSWD/CSG-PDSE application.