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HELPING CARERS GO BACK TO WORK SAFELY

Whether you’re heading back to your workplace on a full or part time basis or job-hunting, we want to help you protect yourself and those in your care.

With support from the Federal Government’s Emergency Community Support Fund, the editors and contributors from Abilities Magazine and Caregiver Solutions have thoughtfully prepared trusted information from leading Canadian government experts and global authorities, as well as contributions from local experts and families to help you through the coming months safely and securely.

It’s truly a unique collection of first-person stories, expert advice, helpful tips and curated information designed to help reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission as caregivers and family members seek or return to work.

We look forward to updating you on our blog with new information as you listen, learn and adapt your lives in these challenging times. Stay safe.

Caroline Tapp-McDougall, Executive Director

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THE SCOOP

Tips, wise advice and helpful tips from our editors to get you through these uncertain times.

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LOVE DURING ADVERSITY

IS A POWERFUL COMBINATION BY AL ETMANSKI I’ve noticed three different states of mind related to COVID-19. OMG this is a disaster. Somebody, anybody, please

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IN THE NEWS

BY JEN GIANG HELP FOR EVERYONE EXCEPT US Findings from a COVID-19 survey by Independent Living Canada done in May of 2020 focused on the

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Abilities Magazine

A national resource for parents raising kids with disabilities

Today's Kids

A magazine serving a cross-disability network

Caregiver Solutions

Canada’s trusted source for caregiving advice

Rehab & Community Care

Canada’s magazine for rehab, and home-care professionals

The Canadian Abilities Foundation is supported by the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund and Toronto Foundation.

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