UPDATED January 2021!
These modules were designed to assist students with transitioning from school to work. The modules cover a number of topics which you can choose to watch based on your needs/interests although within each module, we recommend you watch the videos in order as the information builds on what was presented in the previous videos. Video length is 5-10 minutes each.
Please download the activity worksheets provided below the relevant videos so you can efficiently engage in reflection as you go through the modules, and develop your personal plan.
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Let's talk about career planning. If you are still studying, this adds another task to your schedule but it can actually reduce stress and help you to feel more connected to your studies.
This module focuses on employment equity, what it is and who is covered under relevant laws. We also discuss employer obligations and accountability.
This module focuses on employment barriers and begins to discuss how you and your employer can handle them.
This module focuses on strategies for effective self-advocacy and disclosure. Self-advocacy occurs anytime you speak or act on your own behalf to improve your quality of life.
This module focuses on specific responsibility for accommodation and kinds of workplace accommodation.
The AA&CC and AccessAbility Services partner throughout the year to offer events and workshops. For upcoming events, click here.
This six-part TVO documentary series features job-seekers determined to show that having a physical disability or neurological condition shouldn't make them unemployable. Each episode features two individuals from the Greater Toronto Area or Montreal who want nothing more than to find steady employment. There are already three seasons of it! If you are looking for inspiration and how others have handled job search with a disability, check it out.
If you would like to provide feedback on these videos or if you have questions or concerns, please contact:
AccessAbility Services: firstname.lastname@example.org