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International Centre for the Advancement of Community Based Rehabilitation (ICACBR)

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    International Centre for the Advancement of
    Community Based Rehabilitation (ICACBR)

30 years of experience

Projects in 16 countries

$76 million in funding to date

Our People

Community-based rehabilitation is based on people and partnerships. Meet the students, faculty, & alumni who help build the relationships that make up ICACBR. 

Our Projects

Research & educational initiatives and policy & infrastructure developments that improve healthcare & social services for people with disabilities, their families, & their communities.

Our Stories

Learn about ICACBR's international work in community-based rehabilitation by reading our stories, featuring participating faculty, students, & stakeholders.

Community-Based Rehabilitation

The International Centre for the Advancement of Community Based Rehabilitation (ICACBR) is an organization committed to mainstreaming disability and advancing the concept of community-based rehabilitation (CBR) practice in partnership with women and men with disabilities and their communities around the world. All of ICACBR's activities are directed towards achieving international excellence in CBR education, policy, service delivery, and research. 

 

Vision

A world where all people with disabilities are included in their communities and experience full human rights and equal opportunities.

Mission

To partner with people with disabilities, their families, and their communities for capacity development, research, and service delivery that advances the full inclusion and human rights of people with disabilities around the world.

Values

Participation, inclusion, diversity, equity, and interdisciplinary.

 

Malcolm Peat Lectureship

The Dr. Malcolm Peat Lectureship was established in memory and recognition of former Queen's School of Rehabilitation Therapy Director and founder of the International Centre for Advancement of Community Based Rehabilitation (ICACBR), Dr. Malcolm Peat. Watch the first two lectures below.

 

Contact Us

 Abramsky Hall, 21 Arch St, 2nd Floor
Queen's University,
Kingston, ON, K7L3N6
Internal telephone extension: 36881
External telephone: 613-533-6881
E-mail: icacbr@queensu.ca