This course provides a comprehensive overview of disability management, including its philosophy and principles and the role of disability management personnel. You’ll study foundational theories, historical practices, and current trends related to rehabilitation and disability management.
You’ll also explore the social, vocational, economic and family issues that impact people with disabilities, as well as the concepts of rehabilitation, vocational rehabilitation and disability management. We’ll outline Canadian disability policies and related programs, as well as the development of vocational rehabilitation professions.
Course seats are reserved for diploma students until approximately one month before the start date. To take this course individually, click on Register or Join Waitlist below.
Location update: Due to the COVID-19 situation, courses scheduled to start before August 31 in Vancouver or Surrey will move to online-supported delivery.