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Bureau de soutien aux étudiant-es en situation de handicap (SESH) & Centre collégial de soutien à l’intégration (CCSI)

The Bureau de soutien aux étudiant-es en situation de handicap (SESH, Support Services for Students with Disabilities) at the Université de Montréal coordinates and promotes a variety of services to meet the needs of students with disabilities. For over twenty years, SESH has called on the interpretation services of the Centre de soutien à l’intégration (CCSI, Support Centre for Integration) of the Cégep du Vieux Montreal for deaf students enrolled at the Université de Montréal.

Formerly known as Student Integration Support Services (SAIDE), the CCSI has several mandates, including offering sign language or visual interpretation to more than 50 students per session, and relies on the services of more than 60 interpreters working in Francophone and Anglophone colleges and universities in Western Quebec. In 1982, the creation of SAIDE made it a pioneer in the field of inclusive education before becoming a leader in welcoming and supporting students with disabilities.

Thanks to SESH and CCSI’s Visual Interpretation Services, Véro Leduc had access to LSQ interpreters during her doctoral studies and for meetings with the graphic novel production team.

Bureau de soutien aux étudiant-es en situation de handicap (SESH)
Centre collégial de soutien à l'intégration (CCSI)