Welcome Melissa, Afia and Liz! In April, we were thrilled to welcome Melissa Egan to our team as our new Coordinator, Episodic Disabilities Initiatives. Melissa has worked in… Continue Reading Welcome to the Realize Family!
Realize is proud to be working alongside a dedicated group of community partners to take the first steps toward addressing a striking information gap regarding the unique lived… Continue Reading To the Beat of Our Own Drum: African, Caribbean and Black Canadian Elders on Aging with HIV
January 17, 2019: A new article written by Puja Ahluwalia, Realize‘s Project Coordinator, Access to Rehabilitation Published on the IgnitePhysiotherapy Blog in the New to Practice Community group. IgnitePhysiotherapy… Continue Reading Working with People Living with HIV: What Should Physiotherapists Know?
An overview of the 2018-19 Fostering INclusion and Environments of Support for Students with Episodic Disabilities (FINESSED) project , funded by the Ontario Government. Author: Realize, pdfDownload FINESSED Project Summary
E-Module: E-Module for Evidence-Informed HIV Rehabilitation. Toronto, Canada. Author: Realize.Download E-Module for Evidence-Informed HIV Rehabilitation
You are invited to participate in research study to evaluate a community-based exercise program to improve the health of adults living with HIV in the Toronto communityDownload Translating Exercise into the HIV Community: Evaluating A Community-Based Exercise Intervention to Improve the Health of Adults Living with HIV