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.

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Graduate Degrees in Disability Studies

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Minor and Combined Degrees

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Join us for BCR Connector

 The CRDS Connector event will serve to connect undergraduate students, CRDS graduates and service providers in the community. Students  of the CRDS program complete practicums in community. Each practicum is designed to foster relationships between the university and community as well as to focus on a specific aspect of learning, including introduction to community practice, direct service and developing a professional identity and developing leadership skills. Students will have the opportunity to share the work that they have completed throughout the year through Poster Presentations. Community site representatives will engage with the students that they have supervised as well as having the opportunity to see examples of the other kinds of work completed by students at different levels of practicum and to engage in networking opportunities with potential future employees. We will have mentors available to discuss their work, post-graduation, as well as mock interviews with employers potentially looking to recruit our students.

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