Carlos Sosa is a graduate of the University of Winnipeg and a support worker in the community living sector. He is on the boards of both Inclusion Winnipeg and Inclusion Canada.
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Post-pandemic world must be more inclusive, offer more supports for those living with disabilities
With COVID-19 vaccination underway, now is the time to start talking about what the "new normal" should look like for people living with disabilities, says community living support worker Carlos Sosa.
Why support workers need better pay for the work they do
Since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared in March, there has been an increased emphasis on front-line workers and the role they play in contributing to the safety and well-being of our communities. Historically, many front-line workers have been underpaid for the critical work they perform.
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Pandemic restrictions bring more hardship for vulnerable Manitobans already feeling isolated
While this holiday season will be very different from previous years for some, 'for many persons with disabilities, this form of social isolation is status quo — the norm in their daily lives,' says advocate Carlos Sosa.
While demand grows, pandemic restrictions force West Broadway Community Ministry to limit programming
The community ministry at the corner of Furby Street and Broadway has been an important drop-in hub for many of the city's most vulnerable citizens. But the latest pandemic restrictions have limited the programming it can offer.