The Spring 2022 issue features young people with disabilities 15-30 ranging from tumors and limb differences to processing disorders and lupus, who tell their stories of what it has been like for them.
Are you part of the Disability Concerns community? If so, we would like to pay for you to attend the Faith Inclusion Network Conference with us. Sign up today!
Our October series focused on our newest resource, Everybody Belongs, Serving Together, is now available to view!
On August 11 and 12, Disability Concerns hosted its annual leadership event. Here you'll find slide presentations, recommended books, meditations, and more!
Are you between the ages of 18 and 30? Do you have a passion for justice and advocacy work? Apply now to be a part of the Disability Advocacy Journey!
Meet Cara Milne, our Disability Concerns Regional Advocate for Classis Alberta South and Saskatchewan.
Meet the Disability Concerns regional advocates for each classis in Canada in our re-imagined Canadian content newsletter.
Save the Date! "Everybody Belongs, Serving Together": Launching the Newest Resource for Supporting People with Disabilities in Faith Communities
Join Disability Concerns Canada every week in October for our 2021 annual training event. Residents of Canada and the U.S. are welcome to attend.
Today we remember advocate Betty Van Deemter, revisiting an article written awhile ago by her friend and fellow advocate, Hank Kuntz.
This article outlines the role of the church advocate and provides the steps from considering being a church advocate to working within the role.
Regional Advocates are invaluable to our work in Disability Concerns. Interested in learning more about the role? This roadmap should provide you with the answers!
Over the course of October, we invited five speakers to come together to discuss caregiving. Each one brought a unique perspective to the conversation!
Disability Concerns hosted their first fully online Leadership Training event this year! It was a very successful event that focused on the theme of agility.
People with disabilities tend to be highly agile because they must navigate physical and social structures that are created by and for people who do not have disabilities.
Every church should be a place where everyone belongs and everyone serves, but often people with disabilities are inadvertently overlooked and not able to participate fully in the life of the church.
A living will (also called an advance directive) identifies the kind of medical care you want or don't want in times of serious illness. If you haven't had those conversations yet, now is the time.
This three-minute video introduces viewers to the ministry of Christian Reformed Disability Concerns.