The mission of TRAIL (TRansitions And Inclusive environments Lab) is to conceptualize and develop programs and interventions to enhance the inclusion of children and youth with disabilities in school, at work and in the community. Our focus is on transitions between environments and transitions to adulthood.
Drawing on mixed-methods, our team works to understand the enablers and barriers to inclusion and seeks to develop effective interventions and programs. The TRAIL is interdisciplinary and draws on a youth/family engagement approach. The core values of our research are clinical, health and social impact, evaluation, and knowledge translation. The TRAIL is led by Dr. Sally Lindsay and is part of the Bloorview Research Institute at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital.
What's new in TRAIL
- Would you like to contribute and share your lived experiences as an employer or manager or co-worker who hire and/or work with people with disabilities? If you are interested please read more about how to contribute.
- Accessibility Excellence in Research Award, for project on Using airborne LiDAR to map sidewalk accessibility (with John Lindsay & Mahadeo Sukhai) Read More
- Abby Vijaykuman, MSc student in the TRAIL lab receives SSHRC scholarship