The groups and communities below exist to support faculty, staff and students with disabilities at the University through peer support and networking, intellectual discussion, and professional development opportunities.
Information Box Group
Employee Accessibility Network
The Employee Accessibility Network is an online and in-person network of employees with disabilities at McMaster University that supports peer networking, professional development for members, and acts as an accessibility consultation group to the McMaster Accessibility Council.
Disability, Inclusion, Madness, Accessibility, Neurodiversity (DIMAND) Working Group
The Disability Inclusion, Madness, Accessibility, Neurodiversity (DIMAND) Working Group endeavours to identify and recommend to the University, through PACBIC, the prevention and removal of barriers that persons with disabilities encounter on McMaster sites as well as through programs, policies, practices, and services provided by the University.
An accessible social and intellectual disability community on campus with a focus on supporting socially, intellectually, and practically disabled graduate students at McMaster and people with disabilities who are considering applying to graduate school.