Tag: Education

100 Mile House Free Press Article WCC Student Honorarium, June 20, 2022

From left: Sharon Dye and Lori Fry, of the 100 Mile House District Blind and Visually Impaired White Cane Club, present Kylie Paddison, accompanied by her mother Karen, with a post-secondary honorarium. (Patrick Davies photo – 100 Mile Free Press) Legally blind student awarded… Continue Reading “100 Mile House Free Press Article WCC Student Honorarium, June 20, 2022”

News Release – New funding supports deafblind people in B.C.

Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction.   News Release Victoria Wednesday, June 1, 2022 8:30 AM Media Contacts Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction Media Relations 778 974-3851   A new initiative will improve the quality of life for British Columbians living with hearing… Continue Reading “News Release – New funding supports deafblind people in B.C.”

Audiobooks, AI, and humans – where do they stand? – Good e-Reader

The audiobook segment is easily the most lucrative at the moment. With demand ever on the rise, one might have the impression the voice artists are having a — Read on goodereader.com/blog/audiobooks/audiobooks-ai-and-humans-where-do-they-stand

Facts about vision loss, Day Four, Education, White Cane Week 2021

Canadian Council of the Blind (CCB) BC-Yukon Division White Cane Week (WCW) “A Lack of Sight is not a lack of vision”   WCW Day Four, February 10, 2021 Facts About blindness, vision loss and deaf-blindness Fact #4 – You will find blind &… Continue Reading “Facts about vision loss, Day Four, Education, White Cane Week 2021”

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