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[Resource] Understanding Disability Inclusion and Ableism

JL Heinze | NSVRC

Click HERE to learn moreAccording to the CDC, “Disability inclusion means understanding the relationship between the way people function and how they participate in society, and making sure everybody has the same opportunities to participate in every aspect of life to the best of their abilities

[Video] People with Disabilities & Accessibility | Overcoming Digital Divides

The Dais at TMU

More than 6.2 million people over the age of 15 are living with a disability in Canada. The federal and provincial governments have taken steps to improve internet accessibility and adoption but there still remain substantial gaps in internet use. People in Canada with disabilities are at risk of fa

[Podcast] Responsible Disruption Podcast

Social Impact Lab

Responsible Disruption is a podcast that explores the intersection of social innovation and design.

[Podcast] Supporting Family Caregivers in Healthcare Through Research, Education and in Practice with Dr. Jasneet Parmar (Episode 94)

Caregiver's Compass

Caregivers are aware there are significant gaps in our healthcare system, yet some of the answers to these gaps are found in supporting and providing education to the healthcare workers on the front lines

[Article] Racialized Homelessness: A Review of Historical and Contemporary Causes of Racial Disparities in Homelessness

Matthew Z. Fowl- Taylor and Francis Online

What are the primary drivers of this severe racial concentration of homelessness?

[Resource] Leading and Learning WITH PRIDE: A Revitalized Tool Kit on Supporting 2SLGBTQI+ Seniors

City of Toronto

2SLGBTQI+ older adults face unique challenges as they age and often experience barriers to access across healthcare, long-term care, retirement, homecare, and social service environments. This toolkit includes guidance from working groups, insights from folks with lived expertise, and real-world ex

[Video] The Animated Story of the Moose Hide Campaign

Moose Hide Campaign

Moose Hide Campaign Day is a day of ceremony where all Canadians are called to join together to take a stand against violence towards women and children and to take practical steps for our collective journey of reconciliation.

[Website] LGBT end-of-life conversations website (SFU Gerontology)

SFU Gerontology

Click HERE to learn moreTheir mission at LGBT End-of-Life Conversations is to foster effective communication, create community, and facilitate care for LGBT persons at the end-of-life. They aim to raise awareness about the unique challenges this population faces as they age and approach end-of-li

[Webinar Recording] Forward with Dementia Webinar: Promoting Hope Through Culturally-Specific Dementia Resources

Schlegal-UW Research Institute

Previously recorded webinar from January 24, 2024. People living with dementia and caregivers have a right to information that is aligned with their unique culture, and can support them to live fulfilling lives and have hope for their future.It is critical that resources and education are culturall

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