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Winter 2014 Newsletter

It was December 5th, 2013 when Shelley and I made a plan to meet for one of our regular Work & Wellness Retreats. These times together are always productive, inspiring, and at the same time give us that “kick back” … Read more


Intellectual Disabilities and Epilepsy research

New research presented at the American Epilepsy Society’s (AES) 68th Annual Meeting explores the complex emotional, behavioral and intellectual disabilities associated with childhood epilepsy and their effect on development. Please see for more information


Disabilities experts condemn sexual assault on woman on Winnipeg bus

Advocates are shocked after a woman with an intellectual disability was sexually assaulted on a Winnipeg Transit bus, as her support worker sat nearby.


Institutional Survivors from Huronia Regional Centre

This class proceeding concerns the operation of a facility responsible for the care and control of persons labelled with intellectual disabilities.

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