Working it Out for People with Psoriatic Disease
Our Working it Out report confirmed that psoriatic disease has a significant impact on work. We heard that you need information and support on a variety of workplace-related topics and how to access financial support. The purpose of this tool is to identify the income support and employment programs available so you can find and keep employment, pay for medications and assistive devices, access income support and save for the future.
We have compiled a list of resources and programs that may be available to people currently based on comprehensive research; however, this resource is not an exhaustive list of relevant programs available to people with disabilities and psoriatic disease in Canada. This is informational only and links are provided throughout for you to get more information about each program and resource.
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- We have compiled a list of resources and programs available based on comprehensive research; however, this resource is not an exhaustive list of relevant programs available to people with disabilities and psoriatic disease in Canada.
This resource was developed by Laurie Proulx, human resource con- sultant and patient advocate.
We appreciate the unrestricted educational grants and sponsorships from multiple funders to develop this report: Pfizer, AbbVie, Novar- tis, Amgen, Bausch Health, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Janssen, Boeh- ringer Ingelheim, and LEO.