Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation

Community Rehabilitation & Disability Studies | Cumming School of Medicine

Committed to a Philosophy of Possibility

Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (CRDS) is an interdisciplinary platform of academic inquiry. The CRDS delivers undergraduate and graduate programs in the domains of leadership development, community capacity building, innovation and multiple allies aimed at improving well-being of people with diverse abilities, promoting social change and building corresponding knowledge and theory

Vision

Responsive, sophisticated and just understandings of people of diverse abilities

Mission

Our mission is to generate research, education, policy and practice partnerships to improve well-being of people with diverse abilities.

BCR Newsletter

We welcome you to the inaugural issue of Because Community Really Matters, the official newsletter of the Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation program at the University of Calgary. This newsletter is a place to celebrate accomplishments, introduce you to members of our team, let you know what is happening with our program, and most importantly, keeping our community together. 


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Undergraduate Program

Learn more about the exciting Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Program

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Graduate Program

Take your learning to the next level with a Graduate Degree

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Third year CRDS Student Denise Banaag discusses her work in the community, her current employment, and how the CRDS program has created a positive impact.

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