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New short documentary shines a light on adults with intellectual disabilities

A new short documentary film – part of a research project led by the McMaster School of Social Work's Ann Fudge Schormans – is providing a unique glimpse into the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities living in Toronto.
May 11, 2017

My Life in the City: CBC Radio Metro Morning

Interview including members of the My Life in the City Documentary about the project, documentary and upcoming screening at Reel Abilities Film Festival.
May 10, 2017

My Life in the City News: 2017 ReelAbilities Film Festival

The 2017 Reel Abilities Toronto Film Festival takes place from May 10th to the 18th. Toronto Presenter, Anthony McLachlan, sat down with some of the directors, cast and organizers involved.
May 05, 2017

Mapping Disability -My Life in the City Project at the 8th Annual SNSC Research Forum

The 8th Annual SNSC Research Forum was held at the Hampton Inn & Suites in Brantford with almost 60 cross-sector participants engaged in a busy day of hearing about applied research and evaluation from across the Southern Network. Dr. Ann Fudge-Schormans, Faculty of Social Sciences, School of Social Work, McMaster University, with a presentation entitled: Mapping Disability -My Life in the City Project.
Mar 01, 2016

McMaster research studies everyday lives of intellectually disabled

TORONTO STAR Article on SSHRC-funded project: Mapping the Self in Public Space: People with Intellectual Disabilities’ Everyday Use of Space.
Jul 25, 2013