Ever Get Stuck?

It’s Saturday morning. You’ve got a to-do list as long as your arm. The weather outside is frightful. And you’re about as interested in getting up and at it as you are in going to the moon. I suppose it could be worse … you could have a dog that needs its early morning walk […]

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We Just Need an Opportunity

It can be very difficult for people with disabilities to find a job. I hear this at the Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS), where I have worked for almost five years.

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It Starts with a Seat

I could not help but think about Rosa’s battle to end segregation when I began to explore venues for an upcoming event.

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Somebody’s Someone

Roger Wong died from a fentanyl overdose in a downtown parking lot. “That was the moment my life ended,” says his mom Irene Patterson…

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The latest research shows that women with disabilities earn less than their male counterparts…

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Publisher’s Message

From the experience that I have had, there seems to be a big black hole between hospital discharge planners and home care providers.

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Mental Health…A Click Away

As a country, we have been slow to seize on the promise of e-mental health care. Yet we are one of the most digitally connected nations in the world.

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