BLOOM combines real family stories with the best expert advice, plus the latest news and opinion on disability.
A PhD student studies how parents interpret the emotions of children who don't communicate conventionally.
These moms organize a weekly get-together where they can share, laugh and cry.
When Stars Are Scattered will appeal to anyone interested in disability, siblings and the experience of refugees.
Read our latest blog stories, with links to mainstream disability news and shout-outs to people making the world more inclusive. Check out new books too.
After her son's brain surgery, Koren Thurston found visits with Holland Bloorview's spiritual care provider 'a ray of light.'
'People ask me when did I lose my vision? I never thought of it as a loss.'
'One agency has flat out said there will be no brief hugs and no trips in the community and no visits to family homes. It's monstrous.'
'I knew there was a gap in services for people with disabilities and mental health care. I really wanted to help close that gap.'
The natural world inspires many of Eddie Li's creations. You can check them out next month at the Toronto Outdoor Art Fair.
'When I look at myself in the hospital as a clinician, all the things I think I do exceptionally well, my rarest gifts, they're all things I learned from her.'
The Special, a Venezuelan film about a young man with Down syndrome asserting his independence, is running at the Toronto ReelAbilities Film Festival.
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