FREE WEBINAR: Spotlight on Invisible Disabilities! What is an accessible Canada to you?
Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA) FREE WEBINAR: Spotlight on Invisible Disabilities! What is an accessible Canada to you?
Do you have access to all you need to live your life fully? If you’re interested in discussing how invisible disabilities need to be recognized and understood, join us for this one-hour webinar!
The Government of Canada is working on a Federal legislation that aims to create a more inclusive and accessible society for all Canadians. You can have say in legislation by helping CHHA and its 17 partner organizations identify barriers and social challenges facing those with hearing loss, mental health and learning disabilities.
This webinar will kick start a series of interactive webinars being hosted in the New Year! In this live webinar, we’ll discuss and engage you in the conversation: Spotlight Project Introduction; Hear from those involved; Respond and react in real time to discussions; Learn about your opportunity to contribute concrete recommendations to the federal government
Thursday, December 15, 2016 – 12 P.M. EST **
The webinar will be fully accessible with CART captioning REGISTER NOW!
Spotlight on Invisible Disabilities Partners:
Learning Disabilities Association of Canada
National Educational Association of Disabled Students
Royal Canadian Legion
Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work
Canadian Mental Health Association
Neil Squire Society
ARCH Disability Law Centre
Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion
Canadian Academy of Audiology Communicad for Hearing Impaired Persons
Canadian Deafblind Association of Ontario
Canadian Association of Disability Service Providers in Post Secondary Education
Access Education Brain Injury Association of Canada Inclusive Design Research Centre
OCAD University Media Access
Canada Mental Health Commission of Canada
Canadian National Society of the Deaf-Blind
Hearing Foundation of Canada
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