Included below are videos and presentations about, or related to, the ACED project and/or episodic disabilities and work. The list includes videos and slide presentations produced by the ACED team or produced by organizations external to ACED if they feature ACED activities, findings or project team members talking about episodic disabilities and work.
In this Arthritis Advice video, Arthritis Society-funded researcher Dr. Arif Jetha, a scientist at the Institute for Work & Health and a member of the ACED research team, suggests things workers with arthritis can do to help manage the impact of their arthritis at work.
Challenges in accommodating mental and physical health conditions: What workplace parties are saying
ACED project director Dr. Monique Gignac shares the methods and early findings of the first phase of ACED, which involved talking to workplace parties about the key issues and challenges in supporting workers with chronic, episodic conditions, and how communication processes within a workplace facilitate or prevent disability prevention and support efforts.
Presented at Work Disability Prevention and Integration Conference
Keeping the boom(ers) in the labour market: Can existing workplace policies and accommodations make a difference?
Understanding accommodation use is critical for employers who want to retain older workers and who desire information about the potential value of current workplace practices. In this talk, ACED project director Dr. Monique Gignac discusses research on accommodation needs, accommodation use and employment outcomes among Canadian workers aged 50-67 years who are living with arthritis and/or diabetes and how they compare to workers with no chronic conditions.
Presented at WWDPI Webinars
In this video, ACED project director Dr. Monique Gignac, a senior scientist and scientific co-director at the Institute for Work & Health, shares findings from an earlier study on the use of, and outcomes associated with the use of, workplace supports among workers with arthritis.
In this presentation, ACED partner member Tammy Yates, now executive director of Realize (formerly known as the Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation), talks about the barriers to full workforce participation by those living with episodic disabilities and what needs to be done to address them.
Presented at IWH Speaker Series