Make a Plan to Vote!!
Through this webinar, Elections Canada encouraged you to “Make a Plan” to vote, and they want to assist you in making a successful plan. This webinar was an exciting, interactive hour on what you need to ensure your vote is counted in the upcoming election. Guest speaker Lisa Drouillard joined Elections Canada in August 2014 as Director of Outreach and Stakeholder Engagement. Over the past 20 years in the federal government, Lisa has worked with a range of stakeholder groups, not-for-profits, research institutions and government departments on policy and program development.
Get Involved in the 2019 Federal Election
Event held on July 18, 2019 as part of the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association’s Living with Hearing Loss Webinar Series. A Federal Election is being planned for Autumn 2019. Elections Canada has launched an initiative to better inform electors, about voting, and the different ways to take part in the democratic process for the next federal election. This webinar will explain more on the federal election, how you can participate and how you can apply to work at the election.
The Recipe for “Ear Candy”
(a.k.a., Listening That’s Understood!)
This webinar was held on June 8, 2019 as part of the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association’s Living with Hearing Loss Webinar Series. The event focused on ingredients of ear candy (listening success) and how they can be sourced, put together and made. Karen MacIver-Lux shared some practical strategies that can be used by the listener and his/her loved ones to facilitate the development of new auditory skills and/or strengthen existing auditory skills. These practical strategies can be used naturally throughout the day at work or home within meaningful conversations and situations.
Changing attitudes towards people with non-visible disabilities
Event held in November 2017 as part of the Spotlight on Invisible Disabilities Project
Panel Discussion with Disability Community: recommendations towards the new federal accessibility legislation
Event held in May 2017 as part of the Spotlight on Invisible Disabilities Project