FREE WEBINAR: Spotlight on Youth with Invisible Disabilities! What is an accessible Canada to you?

Are you a young adult living with hearing loss, mental health challenges or learning disabilities?

The Government of Canada is working on a Federal legislation that aims to create a more inclusive and accessible society for all Canadians. You can have your say in legislation by helping CHHA and its 19 partner organizations identify barriers and social challenges facing those with hearing loss, mental health and learning disabilities.

Let’s talk about the challenges youth face during times of transition from high school to post-secondary, and from post-secondary to the workforce

Wednesday, January 25, 2017 – 12 p.m. EST

In this live webinar, we’ll discuss and engage you in the conversation:

  • Spotlight Project 101
  • Hear from your peers and those that support you
  • Respond and react in real time to discussions
  • Contribute concrete recommendations to the Federal Governments’ proposed accessibility legislation

Even if you’re unable to join us live, register now and view the webinar any time after it airs. The webinar will be fully accessible with CART captioning.

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Spotlight on Invisible Disabilities Partners
Learning Disabilities Association of Canada
National Educational Association of Disabled Students
Royal Canadian Legion
Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work
Canadian Mental Health Association
Neil Squire Society
ARCH Disability Law Centre
Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion
Canadian Academy of Audiology
Communicaid for Hearing Impaired Persons
Canadian Deafblind Association (National)
Brain Injury Association of Canada
Inclusive Design Research Centre, OCAD University
Media Access Canada
Mental Health Commission of Canada
Canadian National Society of the Deaf-Blind
Hearing Foundation of Canada
Canadian Mental Health Association (Ontario)
Speech-Language & Audiology Canada