COVID-19 resources from the ACED partners


To assist individuals with episodic disabilities during the pandemic, ACED has compiled a listing of partner COVID-19-related resources, where available. These resources are aimed at informing and offering guidance to individuals with episodic conditions, as well as those who support them.

Read the message from the ACED Partnership on working with an episodic disability during COVID-19.

Arthritis Society: COVID-19 and arthritis

The Arthritis Society’s COVID-19 resources include answers to frequently asked questions, webinar recordings, and more. For example, you can find a recording of a webinar called "COVID-19 and Arthritis:  Your Questions, Our Answers."

Canadian Mental Health Association: COVID-19 and mental health

CMHA’s COVID-19 page offers links to a list of relevant resources, including tips for responding to employee anxiety about COVID-19, tools for people aged 70 and over and their caregivers, and advice for caring for children during the pandemic.

Crohn’s & Colitis Canada: COVID-19 and IBD

Created by its COVID-19 Task Force, Crohn’s & Colitis Canada provides access to a wide range of resources from its COVID-19 web page. These include guidance on risk, medications, doing essential work and more, access to related webinars, and resources for health professionals.

MS Society: What you need to know about coronavirus

The MS Society’s COVID-19 webpage offers answers to frequently asked questions, as well as links to further resources and guidance, including disease-modifying treatment (DMT) guidelines for coronavirus, wellness resources during COVID-19, and webinar recordings available on its YouTube channel.

Workplace Strategies for Mental Health

The home page of Workplace Strategies for Mental Health takes you to a number of resources and articles related to COVID-19, such as an app to support mental health during COVID-19 and tips for reducing anxiety during the pandemic. It also has a YouTube channel populated with videos to support mental health during COVID-19.