The Kaatza Foundation has donated $3,000 towards our Computer Comfort program in British Columbia.
Neil Squire Society survey results show that cell phone (wireless) service providers are not following a ruling set out by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
Persons with all types of disabilities, including those with visual impairments, will benefit
Headquartered in Canada, the Liberated Learning Consortium is an international research partnership dedicated to using speech recognition technology to improve access to information for persons with disabilities.
Persons with spinal cord injuries will benefit from a Rick Hansen Institute (RHI) grant of $75,000 towards the Neil Squire Society’s Computer Comfort program.