The success of the ACED project depends on input from workplace stakeholders and employees with episodic disabilities, the main audiences for the tools and resources being developed by the project.
Participate in research evaluating the Job Demands and Accommodation Planning Tool (JDAPT)
The ACED Job Demands and Accommodation Planning Tool (JDAPT) is aimed at helping people think about the workplace supports they need when they live with a chronic health condition that can cause challenges, either occasionally or all of the time. The JDAPT asks about health-related difficulties with a range of job demands. It then provides the user with a personalized list of potential work supports and accommodation ideas. We want to learn whether the tool is helpful to people who are looking for support in managing their chronic, episodic health condition.
We need your help!
If you currently live in Canada and:
- have a chronic health condition or disability
- work for 20 or more hours a week in a paid job, and
- are interested in learning about and using different types of work supports or accommodations,
We invite you to take part in the JDAPT pilot evaluation study. You will help us understand whether the tool is useful for people who are looking for support at work to help manage their chronic, episodic health condition.
Thank you for your interest in the JDAPT. Unfortunately, we are no longer accepting new participants at this time. If you would like to keep updated on future opportunities to get involved, please stay tuned.