Presentation: Relationships Between Dimensions of Disability Experienced by Adults Living with HIV – A Structural Equation Model Analysis using data from the OCS Study. Authors: Kelly O’Brien, Sandra Gardner, Ahmed Bayoumi, Sergio Rueda, Curtis Cooper, Trevor Hart, Patty Solomon, Steven Hanna, Aileen Davis, Sean Rourke and the OCS Cohort Study Team
What is Episodic Disability
Presentation: Research to develop and assess the measurement properties of a new HIV-specific questionnaire (HIV Disability Questionnaire) to describe disability experienced by adults living with HIV in Canada and Ireland.
Brochure: Managing Episodic Disabilities – Accomodation Best Practices – is the second in a series of courses on managing episodic disabilities. It is designed to complement your current experience in accommodating employees with episodic disabilities in the workplace. Author: CWGHR.
Brochure: Managing Episodic Disabilities – Everyone knows someone living with an episodic disibility – Managing Episodic Disabilities is an innovative and interactive online course that helps HR practitioners understand episodic disabilities and helps employeesto maximize their work and life potential. Author: CWGHR.
Presentation: A Practical Perspective on Understanding Episodic Disabilities and Employment. Author: Melissa Popiel, MSW.
Fact Sheet: Implementing the CRPD in Canada – Actions for Civil Society. Author: Wendy Porch, CWGHR.
Fact Sheet: HIV, Disability and the CRPD: A Focus on Canada. Author Wendy Porch, CWGHR.
Presentation: CRPD – Overview and Next Steps for an Accessible and Inclusive Society. Author: Vangelis Nikias, Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) Project Manager.
Presentation: The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act – June 2012. Author: Keith Hambly, Executive Director, Fife House Foundation.