Spotlight on Invisible Disabilities - Phase II Focus Areas and Discussion
Date: Wednesday, October 04, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM EDT

Focusing on hearing loss, mental health and learning disabilities.
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About the Webinar:

As we enter into Phase II of the Spotlight Project, help CHHA and its partner organizations identify opportunities to implement changes to current standards to help those living with non-visible disabilities. Future Federal legislation is being formulated to provide a more inclusive society for all Canadians!

Areas of Focus:
Administration, compliance and standards
Barrier-Free Access
Public Education and Outreach

What will you gain from it?

This webinar will engage the audience into discussion and poll the participants on important issues. You will gain a perspective on how together we can make concrete changes.

** The webinar will be fully accessible with CART captioning


Facilitator – Christianne Scholfield, Project Manager, Spotlight on Invisible Disabilities

CHHA National Representative – Lorin MacDonald, National Board President

GOC, ODI Representative – Michelle Demery – Government of Canada, Director of Accessibility Implementation, Accessibility Secretariat

Arch Disability Law Centre – Kerri Joffe, Staff Lawyer

Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW) – Maureen Haan, President and CEO