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NEADS Attendant Services Panel with Elizabeth Mohler and Kimberley Chiasson
Education
Ottawa, Ontario
2022/05/13
Elizabeth.mohler@neads.ca
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvc-CoqzMrGd1AQy26VIEeIpA_W0_K25SK?fbclid=IwAR1UmzvnkWzZXcgBpY-HsezNanrH0GhUQOH5oNN2VqxvEslNnwgebwcftAU
Join the National Educational Association of Disabled Students (NEADS) on Friday May 13 noon - 1:00 p.m. EDT for another engaging Q and A with NEADS researcher, Elizabeth Mohler, and Kimberley Chiasson, a fourth-year journalism student at Carleton. This Zoom event will explore attendant care services at post-secondary institutions in Ontario, and how Carleton’s program is unique. We will discuss why so many campuses don’t have attendant care services, and how this impacts students in need this support when making post-secondary choices. We will highlight a new, grassroots movement for a more holistic model of care that emerged as a result of restrictions to attendant care placed on students during the Covid pandemic. Online registration is required for this event. Closed captioning and simultaneous interpretation will be provided. Online registration is required - register here. This event is supported by Employment and Social Development Canada, and is a feature of our Virtual Access for All webinar series.

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