Stories

Today is International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is an opportunity to reflect on the many ways that women and girls have transformed our communities. Particularly in our Family Movement, women with disabilities, and their mothers and sisters have …

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Study: Many parents of children with disabilities don’t make care plans

Making plans to secure the future is so important, particularly if your family includes someone with a disability. However, this responsibility can feel particularly daunting for parents and caregivers who are aging and overworked. …

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All I Need to Know: Throwback Thursday

For today’s throwback Thursday Post, we’re sharing a piece written by Vickie Cammack in June 2014. Vickie is a social entrepreneur and innovator interested in care, culture shifting and change making that is rooted …

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Thoughts on Canada’s 2018 Federal Budget

Many people with disabilities contribute to their communities through paid employment, while others may be excluded because of limits on how much they can earn. That’s why changes announced in Canada’s 2018 Federal Budget …

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