The Canadian Centre on Disability Studies (CCDS) has a mandate dedicated to research, education, and information dissemination on disability issues.
There are a number of ways you can contribute to the success of CCDS.
CCDS is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Susan Hardie as its Executive Director.
The CCDS Small Grants program was established in 2001 to facilitate involvement of new researchers and assist community-based disability-focused research initiatives in Canada. Read More →
As a continuation of its work in the area of aging and disability, the Canadian Centre on Disability Studies has been awarded a grant from the Winnipeg Foundation for a project called “Promoting Inclusion of Seniors with Intellectual Disabilities in Winnipeg Senior Centres”. This 15-month project (October 2012-December 2013) is undertaken in partnership with the Manitoba Association of Seniors Centre (MASC) and Winnserv Inc. Read More →
CCDS has launched the Collaborative Knowledge Building and Action for Visitable Housing in Canadian Cities Project (hereafter referred to as “the Visitability Project”). The Visitability Project intends to promote visitable housing for all Canadians, including persons with disabilities and seniors. The Visitability Project is a national initiative that will run until March 2016. This project was funded by the Government of Canada’s Social Development Partnerships Program — Disability...