Coronavirus Highlights Disparities Among Canadians With Disabilities – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.
Prior to the novel coronavirus pandemic, 27-year-old Marissa Blake was rarely ever home.
Now, Blake, who lives in Toronto supportive housing and needs assistance to walk, can only have one visitor a week for three hours and can’t see her friends in-person. An appointment to discuss surgery on her legs was cancelled, and her sleep and care schedule are in flux because her personal support workers keep changing.
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