Book an Appointment

Step 1 - Who to Contact

Contact the CSD office located at the same campus your program is running.  

Progress: 416-289-5000 ext. 2627
Ashtonbee: 416-289-5000 ext. 7252
Morningside: 416-289-5000 ext. 8025
Story Arts Centre: 416-289-5000 ext. 8664

Step 2 - Request an Appointment

Request an intake appointment to see a Disabilities Counsellor. 

Step 3 - Gather Documentation (Medical or Other)

a) Gather required supporting medical documentation prior to your appointment. Documents include:

  • Learning Disability, Specific Learning Disorder, Mild Intellectual Delay, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Acquired Brain Injury: all psycho-educational assessments, recent Individual Education Plans (IEP) and any accommodation letters (if applicable) provided from other post-secondary institutions
  • ADHD/ADD and Psychiatric Diagnosis (examples include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, etc.): completed CSD medical verification form or psycho-educational assessment or psychiatric assessment
  • Chronic Medical Conditions, Mobility or Functional Limitations, Low vision or Blind: completed CSD medical verification form
  • Deaf, Deafened or Hard of Hearing: completed CSD medical verification form and audiology report

b) Bring the following documents to your appointment:

  1. Supporting medical documentation (see above)
  2. Acceptance letter or Centennial College student card
  3. Confirmation of OSAP funding (if applicable)

Step 4 - Where to go for your Appointment

Meet with a Disability Counsellor at one of our Campus Locations.

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