Volunteer

Marcus (left) and Sam (right) building LipSyncs

August 3, 2017 LipSync Update: Burnaby South Secondary Volunteers

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been hosting a few very welcome guests. A number of Burnaby South Secondary students have been coming to our office a few times a week to build LipSyncs.

Working Together participant Julie

April 5, 2017 Julie works her way back to employment with Working Together

Julie lives with Retinitis Pigmentosa, meaning she experiences near complete blindness, but this doesn’t stop her from living life to the fullest and achieving her goals. With certificates in Customer Service and Human Services, Julie had the skills necessary to rejoin the workforce, but her confidence had decreased since she hadn’t worked in seven years.

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January 9, 2017 Access Makeathon

Inventor, Creators, Hackers, Tinkers and Change Makers – Join us for an exciting 48 hr Access Makeathon in Vancouver on January 27 – 29, 2017. Come build an open source assistive technology that directly address the needs of people with disability.

lorne

November 29, 2016 Lorne’s Story: A Computer Comfort Success

In 2013, Lorne suffered a fall which resulted in a broken back and severe brain trauma. The Neil Squire Society’s Computer Comfort program helped him re-learn how to use a computer and now he gives back to others.

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