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To Imagine Your Future

You're invited to...
reimagine your future find your fit use it or loose it

It’s time to take a fresh look at your skills, experience and interests and “parlay” them into a world of surprising new opportunities in the workforce or as a volunteer.

To support you in this venture, The Canadian Abilities Foundation and Abilities Magazine’s editors are pleased to introduce Parlay’s curated content designed to assist and revitalize you as you search for new horizons.

 Our custom written digital stories, expert advice and video interviews are here to help you create a refreshing new vision and action plan.

Volunteerable

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

Employable

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

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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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Abilities Magazine

A national resource for parents raising kids with disabilities

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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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