Every day Canadians living with visible and non-visible disability overcome barriers enabling them to use their abilities as active contributors to today’s world.
As accessibility takes centre stage as a federal, provincial, municipal and international human rights priority, Carleton University and Independent Living Canada will host a one-day Conference and Technology Expo and during National Accessibility Week that will bring together the many organizations active in the development of the many innovative solutions advancing accessibility in Canada today and in the future.
DISCOVER | LEARN | MEET
We invite you to join the many organizations and stakeholders who are moving the accessibility agenda forward by ensuring that public spaces, play spaces, workplaces and living spaces are inclusive and accessible to Canadians of all ages and stages of life.
Registration opens on March 17, 2020.
ABOUT THE PARTNERS
Carleton University | READ Research, Education, Accessibility and Design Building on Carleton University’s reputation in supporting persons with disabilities, the READ Initiative endeavors to establish Carleton as a national Centre of Excellence in Accessibility. Through research, development and collaboration Carleton is contributing toward a world that is accessible and inclusive.
Independent Living Canada (IL Canada) is national organization that supports the development of 24 centres across the country and provides education and leadership for its members, organizations, partners and communities.
SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITOR OPPORTUNITIES
For information about how your organization can participate in this one day accessibility forum contact: email@example.com