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Five Good Ideas about shifting the culture of accessibility in the non-profit sector

Dec 15, 2017
Maytree, Alf Spencer - Join Alf Spencer, Director of the Accessibility Outreach, Education and Referral Branch at the Accessibility Directorate of Ontario, as he discusses ideas and tools to move towards a culture of accessibility. Through his five good ideas, find out how dialogue, community, youth and other elements can all work together to create a more inclusive environment for everyone.
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