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Resources for people with disabilities


Nova Scotia Community College
Every year NSCC helps hundreds of students who have: learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, mental health disabilities, visual or hearing impairments, physical disabilities and other disabilities that affect learning.

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Department of Labour and Advanced Education


Committed to student success through access, expertise and leadership. Information on grants, services, documents and resources.

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WORKInk is Canada's largest virtual employment resource centre for job seekers with disabilities. The WORKink site offers a full complement of employment and recruitment resources and services for:

  • job seekers with disabilities;
  • employers looking to create an inclusive workplace; and,
  • career professionals who are looking to help their clients connect with meaningful, sustainable employment.

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Additional Information:

Housing for persons with Disabilities

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