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Krystal Kavita Jagoo

Accessibility Advisor, University of Toronto

Mental Health, Accessibility in Education, Anti-Oppressive Practice, Health Inequity

Media

What I’ve Learned About Academic Ableism As A University Employee With Chronic Pain

5 Top Podcast Recommendations for Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

How to Recognize and Cope with Racial Trauma

Mental Health Effects on Separated Families

The Importance of Representation in Books

Mental Health and the Media

Cisnormativity in health care has a negative impact on gender-diverse people

LGBTQ Individuals Are Twice as Likely to Develop a Mental Health Disorder. Here’s How to Be an Ally

It's OK If You Don't Want To Get Married: Here's What To Say To The Haters

4 Things We All Need to Learn About Mental Health

Biography

Krystal Kavita Jagoo has been a registered Social Worker since 2010, in such roles as Child Development Counsellor with the Near North District School Board; Sessional Instructor in Social Welfare and Social Development at Nipissing University; and Wellness Counsellor and Coordinator with the University of Toronto, before her current position in an equity office as an Accessibility Advisor. She has been published in Social Justice Solutions, on such topics as inadequate support for Canadian veterans, Canada's first responders' suicide crisis, and solitary confinement in Canada's prisons. Jagoo has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from York University and a Master of Social Work from the University of Windsor.

Expertise

  • Mental Health
  • Accessibility in Education
  • Anti-Oppressive Practice

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