Posted on November 30, 2023 By Sarah Ryeland-Etienne U of T students contemplating or undergoing gender transition can find support on the St. George campus, and the team at Health & Wellness has created a new online resource to make this care even more visible. Through advice, medical treatment and more, family doctors and mental […]
Identify, Assist, Refer+ (IAR+) is a companion workshop to Identify, Assist, Refer (IAR) online training where you practice supporting individuals with mental health challenges through tailored case studies, boundary activities and role-play. The curriculum and concepts used in IAR+ are consistent with those taught in IAR and explore them at a more in-depth level. The […]
Join the new Seeds of Change Food Justice Program and have an impact on the food crisis in the city. Seeds of Change connects you with volunteer opportunities at a local nonprofit or grassroots organization that addresses food security or food justice issues. Learn from community experts, reflect on your learning and meet other students […]
Download: When to connect with Accessibility Services staff (PDF) When should I book an appointment with my accessibility advisor? To discuss the impact of your disability on your academic work. To request assistance accessing the Bursary for Students with Disabilities (BSWD) & receive referrals for assessments. To review updated medical documentation. To discuss changes to […]
In partnership with Accessibility Services and led by the Career Educator, Accessibility, Steven Lappano – we offer meaningful career supports for students who identify as having a disability to explore what you can do with your degree, discover job opportunities in a variety of fields and industries, and consider further education options and plans. Connect […]
What is harm reduction? Harm reduction is an evidence-based approach to programs and policies that aims to reduce the negative impacts of risky health behaviours. At its core, harm reduction is about meeting people where they are and respecting their individual autonomy and dignity. For example, rather than expecting students to completely abstain from behaviours […]
Looking for an opportunity to connect with fellow students registered with Accessibility Services or who identify as living with a disability? Hoping to develop new friendships? Then this group is for you! The group meets up once a month to play games, enjoy light snacks, and discuss mutual interests and topics in a supportive, relaxed […]
Discover ways to explore identities and relationships through shared reading. Engage in self-reflection and connect with peers through this shared experience of reading and discussing a book of the term. This program is in collaboration with First Nations House.
Explore your identity and telling your story through layered creative expressions of writing, selfies and video recordings.
Food and the communal experience of sharing meals is an important aspect of many cultural and religious identities. Join the Multi-Faith Centre to try new foods and learn about their significance, engage in interfaith dialogue and connect with the U of T community. Through this experience, increase your knowledge of religious diversity by exploring: The […]
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