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Parents

A guide to assist parents caring for children with special needs with ‘safe return to work’ during COVID-19 

Employees

A guide to assist persons living with disabilities with job seeking and ‘safe return to work’ during COVID-19

Caregivers

A guide to assist families and caregivers with ‘safe return to work’ during COVID-19

Keeping Your Loved Ones and Yourself Safe:

COVID-19

SELF ASSESMENT

As we begin to leave self-isolation, restart the economy and return to work and job seeking, the Abilities editorial team is providing:

  • expert advice
  • helpful tips
  • personal stories and information

designed to help reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission and the potential impact of returning to work on your health and well-being. In particular, this content addresses safety recommendations and precautions  you and your family members can take based on your personal circumstances. 

Resources to Help You Return to Work:

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Back to Work

Disabled during COVID-19

COVID-19 has exposed many weaknesses of our medical systems worldwide, but I think that the cracks in our societal systems are even greater.

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Back to Work

SELF-CARE DURING COVID-19

At the best of times, caregiving, while rewarding, is also a difficult, stressful, exhausting and often thankless job.

BY CRYSTAL GONDER

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Back to Work

WORKPLACE FLEXIBILITY

What employers need to know about bringing people back to work, including employees with disabilities.

BY KEVIN SPURGAITIS

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