Millions of Canadians live with at least one disability. Through the Assistive Tech for Good™ program, TELUS and Neil Squire Society are ensuring people have access to the assistive technology they need to independently connect to the digital world.
TELUS’ Assistive Tech for Good™ aims to help Canadians with disabilities use smartphones and wireless devices so they can live more independent, connected lives Vancouver – Millions of Canadians are living with at least one disability, 80 per cent of whom require an aid or assistive device. […]
On Thursday, November 15th, we had the pleasure of hosting the Honourable Shane Simpson (new window), Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction; Burnaby MLA‘s, Katrina Chen (new window), Raj Chouhan (new window), and Janet Routledge (new window); and Presidents Group (new window) member Paul Welsh (new window), Managing Partner at NATIONAL PR (new window). […]
Watch as we showcase some of the technology that is changing the lives of Canadians with Disabilities every day. This Facebook live session features a moderator and a panel of speakers including Gary Birch, Executive Director of Neil Squire Society; LipSync (new window) user Omar; and Adele MacNeill, Occupational Therapist at GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre […]