Technology@Work

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November 9, 2016 Ean continues to make a difference with Technology@Work

A web designer, inventor, entrepreneur, advocate, and much more, Ean is a man of many talents. His company, ICAN Resource Group Inc., is just as diverse, with services ranging from medical assistive technology to multimedia development. However, Ean has Muscular Dystrophy (SMA Type 2), and needed a tablet to communicate his ideas to clients, as well as a Bluetooth module to interface the tablet with his chair.

the Trekker Breeze Talking GPS

October 12, 2016 A Better Way to Work

Being partially sighted and night blind, the commute home from work used to be a nightmare for Rod Tam. “Night travel used to be a very stressful adventure,” explains Rod. “Being night blind, I always have to guess what is in front of me and around me when I am walking in the dark.

Richard Lee, MLA for Burnaby North, and Laura Bergstrom, Neil Squire Society Occupation Therapist

September 15, 2016 Media Day: Workplace Accommodation and Open House

Last Thursday, in support of September Disability Employment Month in British Columbia, Surrey WorkBC and Neil Squire Society partnered together to provide an introduction to workplace accommodation and open house for members of the media.

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