News in Health and Disability
Addressing the mental health needs of inmates helps this most vulnerable group as well as the safety needs of the public, says this author.
Date Thursday, January 31, 2013
Time 7 p.m.
Place Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen Street West, Toronto
Join leading experts from the medical, legal and public health communities as they discuss connections between health and access to justice.
Date February & March 2013
Time 1:30 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Place HALCO Boardroom, 65 Wellesley Street East, 4th Floor, Toronto
HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic Ontario (HALCO) announces a series of free public legal education workshops. Everyone is welcome, but space is limited so registration is required.
Date Monday, February 25, 2013
Time 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Place 290 Adelaide St. E., Toronto
Contact Please contact Daniella Ceci at 416.415.5000, ext 3539 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Full conference details available at www.georgebrown.ca/mental-health-conference.
This one-day conference will address the workplace environment: how employers and employees can contribute to a psychologically healthy work life.
Help us spread the word about the Your Legal Rights website by ordering some of our promotional bookmarks or posters to post or distribute in your workplace or community. You can order bookmarks by calling CLEO at 416-408-4420 ext 833.
Many companies struggling to find the right employees are overlooking a talented pool of disabled workers, a government-commissioned panel has found.
The Mental Health Commission of Canada has put together an animated video to help viewers learn more about the national standard for psychological health and safety in Canadian workplaces.
Ontario's health ministry has given colleges that regulate doctors, dentists and other health-care workers the green light to make public the cautions issued for mistakes or improper behaviour.
CLEO is pleased to announce its new or updated resources, now available on our website to view and print. They can also be ordered through our online order forms, free of charge.
Jane Meadus of the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly is featured on the CBC's The Current discussing what happens to elderly patients caught between hospital discharge and long-term care.