|Field of Study:||Community Organization and Advocacy
|Description:||Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (CRDS) is a dynamic program examining the economic, social, and political forces that serve to marginalize people. CRDS students learn to design, deliver, and evaluate community-based support services, and how to form alliances that promote full participation in the community.
Students can choose courses that allow them to specialize in areas focusing upon career development, aging, brain injury, Foetal Alcohol Syndrome, physical disability, vocational evaluation, inclusive education, mental health, and working with seniors, to name a few. Students specialize by selecting appropriate electives and by completing projects and practice in their areas of interest.
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