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Heather Aldersey
Assistant Professor, Queen's University School of Rehabilitation Therapy, International Centre for the Advancement of Community Based Rehabilitation (ICACBR).
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Kingston Velo Club Apr 22
Happy ! Celebrate with two wheels instead of four! “Our origins are of the earth. And so there is in us a deeply seated response to the natural universe, which is part of our humanity.” ~Rachel Carson
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Heather Aldersey Apr 21
'Congo needs another voice': bloggers talk art, sex and football in DRC | Peter Beaumont
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Kingston Transit Apr 19
Do you take the bus to work everyday? What would you say if we could offer you a discount on your monthly bus pass? Local businesses, no matter the size, can join our Employer Transpass Program. Your employees could save $10.50-$23.25 a month! Learn more:
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Heather Aldersey Apr 19
Welcome to the neighbourhood !
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Queen's U. SRT Apr 18
Future Leaders in Global Health and Rehabilitation Conference 2018 in - Don't miss out:
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Queen's Gazette Apr 17
Funding will allow the ICACBR to support occupational therapy and physical therapy students to participate in internships abroad and international students in community-based rehabilitation programs to train at
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Carla Qualtrough Apr 16
Today is a very big day for disability policy in Canada. announces changes to the medical inadmissibility provision to ensure that our immigration policies better align with Canadian values and reflect our commitment to the inclusion of persons with disabilities.
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Heather Aldersey Apr 16
Breaking Disability Stigma through Art:
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Heather Aldersey Apr 16
Excellent profile of our 2014 and 2017 program at the ICACBR!
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Rosemary Lysaght Apr 16
Replying to @ride300
This will allow future cohorts of OT students to pursue community development placements globally. It has been a wonderful opportunity for many of our students, and an outstanding contribution to global health efforts.
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Rosemary Lysaght Apr 16
Scholarship helps promote human rights via
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C.Asantewaa Okyere Apr 13
Had a great time sharing about the experiences of children with IDD in inclusive schools in Ghana
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ARCH_Queensu Apr 13
For those interested in or don’t miss out on a talk by Dr. Ayanore about the current state of adolescent reproductive health and rights in Sub-Saharan Africa. May 10th at the New Medical Building.
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MALABO:Arts&Culture Apr 12
Talented Struggle for Recognition
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Heather Aldersey Apr 12
New Vice-Provost and Dean of the School of Graduate Studies appointed via
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Heather Aldersey Apr 11
Casey and Shirin document their their time on occupational therapy placement in Tanzania:
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Queen's Gazette Apr 10
. organized a conference on accessibility and inclusion that attracted attention around the world
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Atul Jaiswal Apr 10
Moving forward on accessibility and inclusion at Queen's University. Talk on research and change via
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Heather Aldersey Apr 10
Privilege, Oppression, and Allyship - Core Concepts for Rehabilitation and Global Health via
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Heather Aldersey Apr 9
Occupational Therapists: Come work with our Centre for the Mastercard Ethiopia project!
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