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.
Our second LipSync Buildathon of 2019 will be held in Calgary, Alberta. IEEE at the University of Calgary will be hosting a build with 20 Makers at the Maker Multiplex on February 12, 2019 from 9:30am to 4pm. There will be 10 spots for individual Makers and 10 spots where people can work together to […]
We want to share the results of two recent surveys: the Low Tech AT Survey and the UBC LipSync Survey. Low Tech AT Survey The majority of total respondents reported working in healthcare, including OTs and AT Specialists. Over a third were based in the US. Target demographics were those with compromised mobility, those lacking agility and […]