A person with an mTBI (mild traumatic brain injury) may appear fine on the outside, many have to pace their day-to-day activities to let their brain heal.
The federal government has just offered the provinces and territories substantial new funding to address the obvious failings in Canada’s health care sector.
This video series offers guidance and advice for kids, by kids who were Holland Bloorview clients and their siblings.
A revealing portrait of how disability attitudes, activism, and representation have evolved since the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The information found in the recent YACC report shows that the young adult population continues to be cancer’s “forgotten generation,” especially in Canada.
Thumbs up…to the federal government for committing to provide additional financial support to enhance access to dental care. Phase-one of this plan includes a yearly $650 benefit for households earning less than $90,000 to help pay for dental visits by children under 12. Source: Canadian Dental Association Thumbs up…to Joska, the 10 year-old service dog, […]
Thumbs up…to the federal government and anti-hate advocates for launching a virtual toolkit aimed at confronting and preventing hate in Canadian schools. The toolkit dives into hate-promoting movements and ideologies, the role social media plays in luring youth, digital literacy skills, and suggests approaches for parents and educators who spot harmful scenarios
In partnership with Simon Fraser University, the Institute for Social Connection, the Public Health Agency of Canada and others, GenWell is working to produce “Canadian Social Connection Guidelines
Long COVID occurs when someone experiences symptoms like fatigue, cognitive issues, shortness of breath and gastro-intestinal issues after an initial COVID-19 diagnosis. It can sometimes take up to 12 months for the condition to occur.
What kind of guidance and care is available at rehab centres? How do they help patients? Let’s find out.