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  • How Young People with Disabilities Experience Inclusion and Exclusion

    Posted on August 30, 2016 in News & Events

    Rehabilitation Sciences graduate Dr. Gail Teachman spoke to the Globe and Mail about childhood disability, belonging, and notions of inclusion. Check out the article to learn more!                    

  • A New Wave of Physiotherapy Research

    Posted on June 29, 2016 in News & Events

    Could integrating children with disabilities into mainstream schools be causing unintended harm? How do students with non-visible disabilities experience college or university? Do rehabilitation clinicians stigmatize patients based on their weight? These aren’t the sort of questions you would expect physiotherapists to be asking. However, these are exactly the type of inquiries fueling a new wave […]

  • Faces of U of T Medicine: Gail Teachman

    Posted on June 8, 2016 in News & Events

    Could efforts to integrate children with disabilities into mainstream schools be causing unintended harm? Rehabilitation Sciences graduate Dr. Gail Teachman is researching the social values and beliefs that perpetuate the marginalization of children with impairments, and says we need to think outside the box when developing inclusive settings.  For a glimpse into Dr. Teachman’s work and  plans for the future, […]

  • PhD Profile: Rehabilitation Sciences Institute Graduate Dr. Gail Teachman Receives Governor General’s Gold Medal

    Posted on June 2, 2016 in News & Events

    Dr. Teachman is recognized for her research on issues of inclusion and disability in childhood. The Office of the Governor General awards gold medals annually to honour academic excellence at the graduate level. One of the most prestigious awards a Canadian graduate student can receive, the Gold Medal is awarded to three University of Toronto […]