Since COVID-19 response measures first began in Canada in March, life as we know it has been constantly […]
Kristina Marie Kokorelias
People experiencing homelessness often live in environments that are conducive to contacting the COVID-19 virus. Rehabilitation clinicians caring for homeless populations face unique challenges while trying to rehabilitate individuals infected with the disease. Rehabilitation scientists are encouraged to study lived experiences to improve care.
Stephanie R. Cimino, Alexandra Thompson, Stephanie Posa, Nivetha Chandran & Sally Abudiab
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended our lives. While we self-isolate to stop the spread, the way we do our daily activities has changed drastically. We share five stories of how we have pivoted our “doing differently” for better mental health.