BLOOM combines real family stories with the best expert advice, plus the latest news and opinion on disability.
A 10-month job training program at Holland Bloorview is preparing high school students for the world of work.
In November, the Grants will run a new support group for Black parents of children with disabilities in the Greater Toronto Area.
Making room for difficult thoughts and emotions, rather than fighting them, is at the heart of a therapy used with children with persistent pain and their parents.
Matthew Dever wants to change the way you think about autism. 'Acceptance means finding ways to accommodate.'
A book challenges the idea that people rise in America based on merit, and suggests the belief that we are 'self-made' creates friction between 'winners and losers' that harms the common good.
'We don't really fit anywhere, and we haven't found our community.'
They 'just want to be able to go back to school every day, or play hockey again, or learn how to pace their day.'
Pharmacist Danielle Paes is happiest on Holland Bloorview's inpatient units, working with children, families and clinicians to assess our patients' medication needs during rehab.
Eight families worked together to create homes for their adult children with disabilities. 'I need to work on my own fear and let her grow,' one mother said.
Families look for ways to have fun while spending more time at home.
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