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Research Report: The Business Case for Actively Recruiting and Retaining People with Episodic Disabilities. Author: CWGHR.
Research Report: This paper details what we know about HIV among older adults, what we do not yet understand, and what improvements can be made to better prepare the country to care for this population. Author: Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) New York, New York.
Real Talk with Realize and DAWN-RAFH Canada Virtual Townhall Series Black Women with Disabilities in Canada: Going Forward, Guided By The Past In commemoration of Black History Month February 24th, 2021 from 1:00 – 2:00PM (Eastern Time) Panellists include: Larissa Crawford, Future Ancestors Services Laverne Jacobs PhD, University of Windsor Sophia Sahrane, DAWN-RAFH Canada Tammy […]
The Nominating Committee of Realize invites nominations for the Board of Directors, to be received by Realize no later than 5:00 p.m. EDT on Monday August 24, 2020. The Realize Nominating Committee invites nominations for individuals who are full voting members of Realize and have knowledge, skills, expertise and experience in one or more of the […]
As part of the ongoing work being done to keep our communities safe, the Toronto HIV and Mental Health Network is presenting the webinar Mindfulness and Self-Compassion by Judy Waldman on May 14th 2020, 10am-12pm (EST) over Zoom. The workshop will outline the benefits of mindfulness and how it affects the brain, ways that mindfulness […]
By Executive Director, Tammy C. Yates “Community” … “come”-“unity” … as I pondered over the global theme for World AIDS Day 2019, i.e. “Communities Make The Difference”, I couldn’t help, but dissect the word “Community” and think of it as “come”-“unity”. It is because of the community of people living with HIV who have been […]
Realize‘s 3rd Annual Concert September 28th 6:30 p.m. at Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto (MCC Toronto) MC: Deb Pearce Performers: Kim Wheatley, Social Mystics and Shout Sister Toronto South West, with a special guest appearance by Juno Award-winning performer Simone Denny
Youth and Students with Episodic Disabilities The Canadian Survey on Disability (2017) determined that among youth aged 15 to 24 years, 13% are living with one or more disabilities. Among these conditions, mental health related-disabilities were the most common type of disability (8%), followed by learning (6%), and pain-related disabilities (4%) (Statistics Canada, 2018). However, […]