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The annual member survey helps us respond to your health and safety needs through relevant, quality, and timely education and programming.
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In long-term care it is increasingly apparent that who is on shift is just as important as how many staff are on shift. Quality care is difficult to achieve when we do not routinely engage with one another in a positive, or civil, manner.
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Leading from the Inside Out
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WorkSafeBC’s healthcare and social services planned inspection initiative focuses on high-risk activities in the workplace that lead to serious injuries and time-loss claims.
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WorkSafeBC is releasing a discussion paper with proposed amendments to the Current Rehabilitation Services and Claims Manual that guide wage rate decisions related to short-term and long-term disability compensation. Recommended amendments include: These changes may affect your claims costs. Click here to view the proposed changes and offer feedback to WorkSafeBC – The deadline is 4:30 p.m. on Friday, […]
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Navigating disability with accessibility

Drawing on his lived experience as a person with a disability who works from home and who uses caregiving services, Andrew will explore how we can make caregiving spaces accessible for clients and consumers alike. We’ll look at different aspects of disability management, approaches to accommodations, and consider how these can impact psychological health. We will explore the difficulties of needing care in a workspace, challenges of working from home when one is severely disabled and so much more. Participants will walk away with the tools to support disabled people at work and at home and will also leave with the tools to confront their own ableism.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the unique needs of people with disabilities in work and home settings.
  • Identify challenges in accessing caregiving services and creating accessible spaces.
  • Learn practical strategies for accommodating disabilities in the workplace and remote work environments.
  • Explore the psychological impact of disability on individuals.
  • Develop awareness of personal biases and tools to foster more inclusive environments for people with disabilities.

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Andrew Gurza is an award-winning Disability Awareness Consultant and the Chief Disability Officer and Co-founder of Bump’n. Andrew uses they/he pronouns and identifies proudly as disabled.  Their work has been featured on BBC, CBC, Daily Xtra, Gay Times UK, Huffington Post, The Advocate, Everyday Feminism, Mashable,, and several anthologies. He was the subject of an award-winning National Film Board of Canada Documentary “Picture This”.  Andrew has guested on several podcasts including Dan Savage’s Savage Love and Cameron Esposito’s Queery. He has spoken all over the world on sex, disability and what it means to be a Queer Cripple. They were also a Production Consultant and Actor on the Queer As Folk reboot in 2022.  He also hosts "Disability After Dark: The Podcast," which illuminates disability narratives. The podcast received a Canadian Podcast Award in 2021, earned a Queerty Award nomination, and was honored at the 2020 Webby Awards. It is accessible on all major platforms.

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Sosa is a registered nurse with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. She is also the founder of Talks with Sosa, a yearly event that brings together experts to discuss mental health issues. When she isn’t hosting events, she is biking or writing.
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September 12th @ 12:00pm to 1:00pm
In this one-hour session with registered Nurse Sosa Eweka, we explore the question: "How much does stress impact how we show up every day?" Drawing from her extensive experience in healthcare, Sosa will share personal anecdotes and practical tips to help you thrive in your role. Learn to navigate the challenges of heavy workloads and […]
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This guides provides guidelines and recommendations of language to use that respects and honours equity, inclusion, diversity, anti-racism and accessibility.
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Everyone can be a champion against stigma when advocating the use of accurate and respectful language. So, as you communicate with others, be mindful of the impact of your language.
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