Individual Resources

Tip Sheets

Do you have questions around disclosure and workplace accommodation? Read these tip sheets to understand how to position yourself for success in a professional work environment.

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What is a disability?

What is a disability? Do you need medical proof to sign up on the Discover Ability Network? What are employers looking for?

Discover Ability Network Sign up

Signing up to the Discover Ability Network connects you to a wide range of employers and job opportunities. Learn how you can improve your job search […]

Disclosure During the Job Search Process

Disability disclosure can be one of the most challenging parts of job search for people with a disability. Should you disclose? If so, when should you […]

Why Use Discover Ability

DAN is the acronym (short form) of the Discover Ability Network, created to connect job seekers with disabilities to employers that value their skills and abilities.

Canadian Hearing Society

Employment Services at CHS helps culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing individuals find a job, and works with employees and employers to put […]

Career Edge

As a not-for-profit, social enterprise, we were Canada’s first online job posting board and still are Canada’s largest provider of paid internships. We help individuals launch […]

Canadian National Institute for the Blind

CNIB’s “Work” programs provide you with the skills and resources to attain your career ambitions, thrive academically at every stage, and hone your abilities as an […]

Coalition for Persons with Disabilities

EmpAcc is a one-stop employment service for all persons with disabilities who wish to access assistance in preparing for, obtaining and maintaining competitive employment. Learn more