Community Pathway

What Is British Columbia’s Upcoming “Family Connections Hubs” System?

by Sarah Leung

The Current Issues for Children with Disabilities in B.C. Approximately 30,000 children with disabilities across British Columbia are accessing aids. However, this number does not reflect the flaws of the current […]

Toronto’s Deaf Community

by Anthony Teles

As a person of hearing, it can be difficult to fully imagine life otherwise. We can try to picture the life of someone who loses the ability or was born […]

The Importance of Note Takers for Post-Secondary Students with Disabilities

by Sarah Leung

What is Note Taking? Note taking may sound simple, but in the context of post-secondary learning, it can be complicated. In this context, note taking is the process of summarizing […]

Canadian Resources for Cerebral Palsy

by Sarah Leung

What is Cerebral Palsy? Cerebral Palsy is an umbrella term for a group of disorders that affect body movement and muscle coordination. The name consists of “cerebral,” meaning “of the […]

What is Blue Monday?

by Susan Huebert

Some months of the year tend to be easier than others. When the sun is shining and the weather is warm, people tend to feel happier than they do in […]

Disability in Video Games: Why It Matters and Where It Exists

by Sarah Leung

Video games are virtual worlds with endless possibilities for what characters can do and see. As well as providing a platform for endless possibilities, video games also provide a space […]