This project explores the experiences of Canadians with mobility impairments who receive employment supports from community-based organizations. This national longitudinal research project examines employability, health and wellbeing, employment experiences, and other outcomes among individuals with physical health conditions who are receiving employment counselling services.
A poster was presented at the Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health (CARWH) conference in Vancourver (October, 2018):
Tucker, S., Johnson, A., Connelly, C., Martin Ginis, K., Jetha, A., Gignac, M., & Birch, G. (Oct, 2018). A longitudinal study of the impact of employment counselling on self-reported health among individuals with mobility impairments. Poster presented at Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health (CARWH). Vancouver, Canada.