the logo for the week which includes dots in orange, red, grey, and blue swirling around a maple leaf with the words May 26 - June 1 National AccessAbility Week 2024 Forward Together: Accessibility and Inclusion for All National AccessAbility Week takes place from May 26 to June 1, 2024 with the theme Forward Together: Accessibility and Inclusion for All. 

The week provides an opportunity to mark the important contributions made by Canadians with disabilities, and to put a spotlight on the leadership of those who work tirelessly to make our country more accessible and disability inclusive. 

This article contains a list of resources from some of our students, researchers, and more that focus on accessibility and inclusion. 

Podcast: Accommodations and the transition from high school to university

Did you know that accommodations from high school don't automatically transfer to University? Alan Jeans, Manager of Queen's Student Accessibility Services and current PhD student at the Faculty joins host Chris Carlton to discuss the transition from K-12 to University for students with accommodations.

Listen to the podcast

“In their own time and space”: Shifting the story to champion student success and wellness

Find out more about Dr. Patty Douglas and the work she does in critical disability studies. 

Read more about Patty

Add*Ed Research Group: Autism and Developmental Disabilities Research Group

​The Add*Ed Research Group at Queen's University is focused on conducting and promoting research, innovation, and engagement related to special and inclusive education for students with autism and other developmental disabilities.

Visit the Add*Ed website