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Assistive Technology

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“We should think of accessibility as a hacker’s space for dreaming up the cutting-edge technology of tomorrow.” 

– Why Accessibility Is the Future of Tech – John Brownlee

Canadian Assistive Technology Resources

Canadian Institute for the Blind

Click button below for information on assistive devices, services, and training provided by CNIB.

CNIB Twitter Feed

Join us for in-person programs when the CNIB Mobile Hub visits @St_Catharines Ont. on March 30th! Participate in recreational and social activities, hands-on technology training, and more. For a complete list of free program offerings, visit:

Understanding how taxes work and filing your taxes doesn't have to be intimidating. In our latest installment of Money Matters with the @WealthsimpleFDN, Danica & Shez break down how to get ready to file your taxes, deductions, credits and more:

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March of Dimes

Click button below for information on how Assistive Devices Program offered through March of Dimes

March of Dimes Canada Twitter Feed

Want to improve your employees’ wellbeing? In our first “Wellness Without Limits” webinar this Wednesday, March 29, participants will learn self-care strategies to build self-awareness and improve mental health. Learn more:

We are putting together an MPP engagement campaign to mobilize our community one riding at a time. The aim is to help the public understand the barriers people with disabilities face daily from a lack of coverage for essential and life saving equipment.

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Arthritis Society

Click button below for information about the different types of assistive devices that can help you perform tasks more easily in activities of daily living.

Arthritis Society Tweets

Canadian Hard of Hearing Association

Click button below for Information on Assistive Listening devices and systems

Canadian Hard of Hearing Association

This week's Featured Product is the Serene TV Soundbox! Have your TV's sound come from beside you, or plug headphones in to have amplified volume without disturbing others! Works with cable/satellite TV, DVD/BluRay players, stereos and video game systems.

Nashlea Brogan, http://B.Sc.H., http://M.Sc., Au.D., Doctor of Audiology is both an experienced hearing device wearer and audiologist. We’re so excited to welcome Nashlea at our upcoming conference.

Save now on tickets! More:

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The Cerebral Palsy Canada Network

Click button below for Information on assistive technology, supports, and more.

The Cerebral Palsy Canada Network

Check out some of the best interactive, kid-friendly, Canadian museums from BC to PEI!!

☀️ "Kids of all ages are invited to join in from June 1st to 4th in Kinsmen Park for live music, storytelling, art, and so much more! Online programming will be available to kids around the world and is completely FREE for everyone to enjoy. "


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