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Bean Gill in photo by Gurneet Chahal, CBC News Edmonton
This is the story of how Bean coped, changed her mindset, became inspired, and found her passion and purpose through paralysis. Read more>
The idea of making television for people who are blind or partially sighted is often met with a genuinely unassuming question from people who are unfamiliar with the accessibility world: But how? Find out how AMI-tv is doing it. Read more>
From May 20-22, 2017, 50 youth from all across Canada came together to learn invaluable lessons on accessibility, inclusivity, and leadership at our Youth Leadership Summit. Read the personal story of one of our delegates, Alejandra, from the event. Read more>
Did you know that one in four people have a mental health concern? That’s a huge number. It’s important to know that many people experience anxiety or depression as a stress reaction after a big life-changing event, for example, acquiring a disability of some kind.  Read more>
Do you have these misconceptions about people who are blind or have low vision?  Read more>
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