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Transition magazine is an online publication that comes out seasonally (about 4 times a year). Each edition is focused around a particular theme that is relevant to the disability community. The material presented is meant to be thought-provoking and to promote dialogue. The editors also accept submissions of creative writing, graphic art and articles. It is published by the BC Coalition of People with Disabilities, an organization in British Columbia, Canada.

Transition Magazine has been published since 2006, and all editions are available online (check under the "Web Links" above). Some themes of previous Transition issues include:
Caregivers with Disabilities
People with Disabilities and the Law
Emergency Preparedness
Woman Disability Advocates
Your Choice. Your Plan. Your Future.
Health Education, Advocacy & Leadership

Current and previous issues of Transition magazine can be viewed online for free. You can also help support the continuation of the magazine by purchasing a subscription. Subscriptions are $15 for 4 issues and can be received as a print copy or as electronic versions.


-Information taken from the "Transition Magazine" section of the BC Coalition of People with Disabilities website viewed on 12/7/13 (www.bccpd.bc.ca/library/transition.htm)
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