Feeling the PRIDE and Celebrating Our True Colours

Inclusion involves bringing together diverse forces and seeing strength in our differences. This message is at the heart of what we do here at posAbilities. Similarly, this is a message that exudes out of the powerful LGBTQ+ Pride movement. This week (July 29 – August 5) we celebrate Pride and all that it stands for. We also want to take this opportunity to keep accessibility in mind through all the festivities and further the mission of inclusion for all.

posAbilities Hits a Home Run for Inclusion with Jays Care Foundation!

The Toronto Blue Jays Foundation (Jays Care Foundation) recently approached us about forming a partnership to bring “adaptive baseball” to our organization. So we surveyed staff that had an interest in developing some team approaches to introduce a new way to get our persons served active and participating in sports that they may have never experienced before.

10 Accessible Activities to Cross off Your Summer Bucket List!

It’s time to slap on some sunscreen and soak up some sun because summer is right around the corner! As the weather gets warmer and the days get longer, there’s no better way to enjoy the change in season than by participating in a few fun activities.

Stage Door Theatre Leaves Audiences in Stitches with ‘Skit-Tageous Outrageous’

It’s not every night that you get to witness a rock legend from Kiss, a sultry Marilyn Monroe, the peppy jig of an Irish Leprechaun, and a multicultural cooking show with a Bishop and Bob Marley all in one sitting. But Stage Door Theatre Troupe delivered a one-of-a-kind sketch comedy show jam packed with all of this and more.

Four Moms Making a Difference

They fed us, bathed us, dressed us, cheered us on every step of the way, and played a role in shaping the person we are today. Everyone’s relationship with their mom is unique. As Mother’s Day is approaching, we’d like to take this opportunity to share the stories of a few inspiring moms who are making big strides for diversity and inclusion in our communities.