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Disclosure decisions can be difficult. You can seek additional information and support from:
- Community-based HIV organization(s)
- Peer support worker(s)
- Counsellor(s) (for example: employment, mental health)
- Health care provider(s)
We have highlighted resources tailored specifically for people living with episodic disabilities in general.
HIV Legal Network – KNOW YOUR RIGHTS 1: DISCLOSURE AT WORK booklet
HIV Legal Network – KNOW YOUR RIGHTS 2: ACCOMMODATION IN THE WORKPLACE booklet
Human Rights Codes by Province and Territory in Canada
Ontario Human Rights Codes
HIV & employment framework
www.realizecanada.org/wp-content/uploads/S_Rueda2-GettingtoWorkCUHRRC.pdf • Worthington, C., Solomon, P., Sinclair, L., et al. (n.d.)
CATIE – Canada’s source for HIV and hepatitis C information
Union resources (CUPE resource provided here, but many others exist)
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