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.
Season’s greetings from the staff and board of the Canadian Centre on Disability Studies.
Biography Henry Enns was the driving force behind the establishment of CCDS in 1995. Read More →
The aim of the project was to increase the knowledge of middle school students on the issues facing people with disabilities, with the hope of encouraging positive changes in perceptions and attitudes toward disability. For more information about this project, visit the following page: Project Webpage Read More →
In 2010, The Canadian Centre on Disability Studies began a research study that explores the development of livable and inclusive communities for people aging with and into disabilities. The goal of the Livable and Inclusive Communities Project was to develop a more integrated and holistic planning “framework” to help government and other stakeholders in planning communities that are livable and inclusive. Read More →