If you are interested in contributing to the discussion on issues affecting people living with HIV, consider joining a realize network:
The Episodic Disabilities Forum is a pan-Canadian forum that:
- Identifies relevant evidence and policy initiatives;
- Disseminates information to raise the profile of episodic disabilities and to promote the inclusion of Canadians who live with episodic disabilities; and
- Provides expertise and advice to inform the advocacy strategy of the Episodic Disabilities Network.
Membership is open to organizations, associations, academics, researchers and individuals who support Forum’s mandate and objectives. For information about membership please contact us.
The Episodic Disabilities Employment Network (EDEN) is a network of people living with episodic disabilities, including HIV from across Canada who are seeking supports to find solutions to employment challenges.
EDEN members are at different stages of their employment journey; some EDEN members are beginning to explore career options, some are actively job searching, others are currently employed and some are examining retirement options. The purpose of EDEN is to connect people living with episodic disabilities, including HIV, to find answers to tough employment-related questions and form a national support network on employment issues.
Regardless of where you are in your journey, there are others who can relate and help you get the support you need. Your personal experiences can also help support others. Visit the website today and get connected.
More information for people living with episodic disabilities will be coming soon to the EDEN website. Stay tuned!