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Meet The New Interns: Alex and Alyssa!

Let’s give a warm welcome to our new students! The Community Engagement team is happy to welcome Alex and Alyssa, our two new co-op students from SFU. Over the...

Exploring Through Activity Boxes

The pandemic has affected many people’s lives, but the employment team at posAbilities did not let this affect job seekers on their employment journey.

Share Your Experience and Help Us Learn From This Pandemic

We’re collecting stories to help us think about what we can be doing differently right now and to be better prepared for future emergencies.

COVID-19 Stakeholder Update May 15

As we head into the long weekend, we would like to once again thank you for all that you’ve done to be supportive of your loved ones and our...

Introducing AiR, Our Artist in Residency Newsletter

Find out how posAbilities’ team members are bringing their creative passions to work in our Artist in Residency newsletter!

Congrats to Our Fall 2019 Believe, Engage & Inspire Award Winners!

Twice a year, we recognize team members who have made exceptional contributions and embody our core values: person-centred thinking, inclusion, learning, and excellence. The Believe, Engage & Inspire Awards...

The Collaborative Work of Arts Facilitation

Ever wonder what an Art Facilitator does? Ross Birdwise gives us an inside look at his work with artists Mark and Chris from Alternative Creations Studio.

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...

LOLing with posHAbilities Laughter Yoga

The pursuit of a life full of good health and wellness is something that individuals around the world strive for. Whether it’s meditation, acupuncture, Keto diets, or new workout...

‘What Shall We Do Today?’ Activities Menu Serves Up Fun & Meaningful Experiences Across Our Programs

It’s noisy as we eat lunch at the restaurant in the Hard Rock Casino. We hear rings and bells from all directions, and there are no windows to let...

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...

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...

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