Communicating in American Sign Language Strengthens Bonds

John places his hands up on either side of his glasses, forming the letter C with his right and L with his left. He spells out C-O-O-L with a hearty chuckle that lights up the room. A a deaf man living with a developmental disability, John finds ways to inject humour into his daily routine and enjoys making people laugh at his residential home in the charming neighbourhood of Norfolk Street, Burnaby BC

Sibling Stories: The Untold Tales of Brothers and Sisters of Persons with Disabilities 

Siblings without a disability are often left out of the story, or come back into the story later in life. Their narratives tell us a lot about the human and disability experience. However, they are left mostly untold.

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.

22-Year Old Kodi Lee Wows the World on NBC’s America’s Got Talent

Now running for over 13 seasons and produced by the world-famous talent-scouting tycoon, Simon Cowell, America’s Got Talent, repeatedly captures the hearts of many by showcasing star power beyond belief. This year, a young man by the name of Kodi Lee, wowed the crowd and reduced judges to tears with his powerful rendition of Leon Russell’s “A Song for You.”

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.