Abilities’ Founder Ray Cohen in Canadian Disability Hall of Fame

This past week the Canadian Abilities Foundation’s founder, Ray Cohen, was honoured as an inductee into the Canadian Disability Hall of Fame.

Founded in 1994, The Canadian Disabilities Hall of Fame recognizes exceptional individuals who have made a change in our world to enrich the quality of life of people with physical disabilities. Inductees into the exhibit are chosen from across to be permanently commemorated for their contributions in the areas of sports, education, employment or housing. As founder of the Canadian Abilities Foundation, and his role as publisher and editor of the Abilities magazine, Raymond was a trailblazer, advocate and hero. We are honoured to see his life’s work being recognized along with other inductees Stephanie Dixon, Remesh Ferris, Jerrie and Annie Johnston, and David Crombie.

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