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Learning Disabilities Scholarships - Canada - Disability Scholarships

  • Published: 2009-09-14 (Revised/Updated 2015-06-29) : Disabled World (Disabled World).
  • Synopsis: A list of Canadian school and college scholarships for students with learning disabilities in Canada.

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Quote: "Since 1997 over 200 Ontario high school graduates have received financial support to help them achieve their dream of post secondary education."

Students with learning disabilities represent a huge resource for our society, and with the proper tools and support, they can pursue (and achieve) a decent education.

This is a list of Canadian school and college disability scholarships for students with learning disabilities in Canada.

Canadian Scholarships for Students with Learning Disabilities

LDAS Memorial Scholarship

For individuals with Learning Disabilities pursuing a Post-Secondary Education. Any field of study in any institution in Saskatchewan, including SIAST, other trade schools, a junior college, the University of Saskatchewan, or University of Regina.

To recognize the hard work and dedication required of individuals with learning disabilities who succeed in completing their high school education and to encourage those individuals to continue their education in a post-secondary educational institution.

Candidates must be Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Saskatchewan who have graduated from a Saskatchewan high school in the past two years, and who have a written diagnosis of a learning disability.

Website: www.ldas.org/scholarships.aspx

Justin Eves Foundation Scholarship.

Students with learning disabilities represent a huge resource for our society, and with the proper tools and support, they can pursue (and achieve) a postsecondary education - an opportunity that might not otherwise be open to them. Since 1997 over 200 Ontario high school graduates have received financial support to help them achieve their dream of post secondary education.
Website: www.justinevesfoundation.com

The Roy Cooper Scholarship Award for a Student with a Learning Disability

The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario is offering a $1,000 scholarship award in the name of a long-serving LDAO Board Member, Roy Cooper, to a high school student who has a documented Learning Disability, and who will be attending first year at a University or College.
Website: ldao-c.ncf.ca/scholarships.html

NOTE: This list of Learning Disability Scholarships is a work in progress. If you know, or offer, such scholarships please contact us (top of page) so we can add the scholarship to our list.

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