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Since his diagnosis in 2006, he has advocated to reduce the the stigma and discrimination associated with this chronic yet very manageable disease.
Ben ascribes to the Ontario Accord (Greater / Meaningful Involvement / Engagement of People living with HIV/AIDS) or the GIPA / MEPA principal and for the past eight years, has worked and volunteered within multiple AIDS service and deaf service organisations.
For a number of years was Chair of the community grant review panel for the City of Toronto’s ‘Drug Prevention Community Investment Program’, is past Vice President of the Board for Addictions and Mental Health Ontario, and is a member of the Research Group on Drug Use – Toronto (RGDU).
Being a long-term survivor of 20 plus years he has realized sharing some of his life’s journey may help others.
Donald has been trained as a Medicine Wheel facilitator as well as in other healing modalities.
I like the energy and synergy of the workshops and feel we make a difference.” Donald Donald comes from a Métis background of Blackfeet Nation / Black Canadian, His life journey has led him to embrace his Native Spirituality.
Donald identifies himself as a Métis 2-spirited person.