Employment and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder / Emploi et trouble du spectre de l’alcoolisation fœtale

  (French follows) – Are you familiar with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome or FAS in your practice? You may know it is a result of heavy drinking during pregnancy. Some studies even suggest that if a father drinks too much, ther... Read more - Employment and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder / Emploi et trouble du spectre de l’alcoolisation fœtale

Back to Work Support after an Extended Absence / Soutenir le retour au travail après une absence prolongée

  (Le français suit) – There are several reasons a person may not have worked for a long time. In many cases, mental health issues are involved. This was my case. It was difficult. I felt abandoned. I’m a highly ... Read more - Back to Work Support after an Extended Absence / Soutenir le retour au travail après une absence prolongée

Non-Standard Employment and Disability Journey: What are the Challenges? / Parcours atypiques en emploi et handicap : quels enjeux?

  (Le français suit) – For around twenty years, structural transformation in the economy, high speed change in communication methods and an increasing number of higher education graduates have created new ways of organ... Read more - Non-Standard Employment and Disability Journey: What are the Challenges? / Parcours atypiques en emploi et handicap : quels enjeux?

World Mental Health: Day We All Have a Little Something / Journée mondiale de la santé mentale: On a tous un p’tit quelque chose

(Translation : “Can you replace your fear of the unknown with curiosity?”) (Le français suit) – A friend of mine who is an employment counselor for people experiencing mental health problems told me the other day wh... Read more - World Mental Health: Day We All Have a Little Something / Journée mondiale de la santé mentale: On a tous un p’tit quelque chose

A Traditionally Inclusive Society to a Contemporary One / De la société traditionnellement inclusive à la société contemporaine

(Le français suit) – I remember when I was little, several people who could be described as “different” lived in my village. There was “Lil’Julian”, my aunt’s neighbor’s son, who went to the city by minibu... Read more - A Traditionally Inclusive Society to a Contemporary One / De la société traditionnellement inclusive à la société contemporaine