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HELPING EMPLOYEES GO BACK TO WORK SAFELY

Heading back to work as an employee who lives with a disability or medical condition, or who has a family member or child who does, poses a significant personal risk.

With support from the Federal Government’s Emergency Community Support Fund, Abilities Magazine’s editors and contributors have thoughtfully prepared trusted information from Canadian government leaders, global authorities and persons with disabilities to help you and your family members get 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 address the concerns of employers and employees during 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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JOB HUNTING

How you can look for work, and follow the Public Health guidelines in order to keep safe and healthy.

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