Mark Black, Nikki Langdon, and Patti-Lynne McLeod standing at a table.

Neil Squire Works With Regina Public Library to Increase Accessibility

May 13, 2024

On May 3rd, Prairie Regional Manager Nikki Langdon took part in a group panel presenting on the findings on Accessibility in the Regina Public Library system at the Saskatchewan Library Association annual conference, along with Regina Public Library branch manager Mark Black and Outreach Services Librarian Patti-Lynne McLeod.

Neil Squire staff members Dale, Gordon, Bev, Joel, and Munesh pose for a photo at ATIA.

Neil Squire at ATIA 2024

February 5, 2024

Neil Squire Assistive Technology Specialists and staff members from across Canada attended ATIA 2024 this year to soak up all they could about AT.

A man in a wheelchair uses a laptop.

Microsoft Edge: An Accessibility Overview

February 2, 2024

With Microsoft Edge all the accessibility features are built-in and ready to be toggled with no downloads or searching required. Of course, that means that Edge is less customizable than Chrome, but for the vast majority of users, Edge’s built in features are more than adequate.

West Park staff, patients, and MMC staff pose together with the adaptive gaming equipment at West Park.

GAME Checkpoint: West Park Healthcare Centre

February 1, 2024

The West Park Healthcare Centre in Toronto is one of seven GAME Checkpoints, a network of partner organizations led by Neil Squire’s Makers Making Change program that help people with disabilities access adaptive gaming.

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Hacking for the Holidays

September 25, 2023

Last year, we raised $28,000 and delivered over 600 toys and 900 switches to children with disabilities across Canada. For 2023, we are shooting even higher. With a fundraising goal of $100,000, we are aiming to build 2,000 toys, switches, and video game joysticks, host over 100 events across all 10 provinces, and make sure that play is accessible to all kids with disabilities this holiday season.

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