May 27th – June 2nd is National AccessAbility Week, a time to promote inclusion and accessibility and to celebrate the contributions of Canadians with disabilities. We have three big events coming up with TELUS, Microsoft, and Moncton High School.
TELUS Days of Giving LipSync Buildathon: Victoria (May 28th)
TELUS employees will volunteer their time and skills to help build LipSyncs that will go out to individuals in their communities. Want to help out or receive a LipSync? Register for the TELUS Days of Giving LipSync Buildathon (new window).
Moncton High School LipSync Buildathon (May 30th)
Moncton High School students will come together to build LipSyncs for people with disabilities. Sign up if you can volunteer or if you’d like to receive a LipSync. Register for the Moncton High School LipSync Buildathon (new window).
Lunch and Learn with Microsoft (May 31st)
As part of Mobility Day, Microsoft will be hosting this event with demos from Tobii Eye Tracking and us. We’ll be demonstrating the LipSync and how it can help persons with limited use of their hands. Register for the Microsoft Lunch and Learn (new window).
Join us to promote accessibility!
PS: Are you a post-secondary student living with a spinal cord injury and studying in British Columbia? More than $250,000 in post-secondary funding is available this year through the Gragopean Scholarship Fund. For more information, please visit sci-bc.ca/scholarships (new window).