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RED SHIRT DAY & NATIONAL ACCESSABILITY WEEK RESOURCES: FREE POSTERS AND SOCIAL MEDIA GRAPHICS

Click on the images below to view larger images and/or download posters or images that you can put up at your school, workplace, community or share on social media to help promote Red Shirt Day and National AccessAbility Week.

RED SHIRT DAY & NATIONAL ACCESSABILITY WEEK RESOURCES: MOTIVATIONAL QUOTES

  • Motivational quotes by inspirational and accomplished individuals with disabilities.
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RED SHIRT DAY & NATIONAL ACCESSABILITY WEEK RESOURCES: VIDEOS, MOVIES & FILMS

Shows, videos and movies for Kids

RED SHIRT DAY & NATIONAL ACCESSABILITY WEEK RESOURCES: COLOURING SHEETS FOR KIDS

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These free colouring sheets each feature a child with a visible or non-visible disability taking part in various activities and having fun with friends. They are free to download and are a great activity for children while also providing an opportunity to engage them in discussions about disabilities, accessibility and inclusion. Click here to download the colouring sheets.

RED SHIRT DAY & NATIONAL ACCESSABILITY WEEK RESOURCES: TED TALKS

I’m Not Your Inspiration, Thank You Very Much by Stella Young

How I Fail at Being Disabled by Susan Robinson

When We Design for Accessibility, We All Benefit by Elise Roy

RED SHIRT DAY & NATIONAL ACCESSIBLITY WEEK RESOURCES: PODCASTS ON INCLUSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND WORKPLACES

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BroadcastAbility podcast: Conversation with Taylor Lindsay-Noel (Founder, Cup of Té Luxury Loose Leaf Teas)

Composite image of the Broadcastability logo on the left featuring a microphone and two intersecting blue and green circles. On the right, is an image of a man wearing a suit. Next to him is a guide dog.

BroadcastAbility Podcast: Conversation with Marc Workman (District Operations Manager, Canadian National Institute for the Blind)

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BroadcastAbility Podcast: Conversation with Alexis Chicoine (Disability Diversity & Inclusion Consultant)

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BroadcastAbility Podcast: Conversation with the PROUD Project Research Team at the University of Toronto

RED SHIRT DAY & NATIONAL ACCESSABILITY WEEK RESOURCES: WEBINARS

The Accessible Canada Act: What it means for Canadians

Rachel Weiner of ARCH Disability Law Centre explains the Accessible Canada Act in this webinar. Her presentation covers what the ACA does, its objectives and guiding principles, and how it supports the rights of persons with disabilities to equal participation and inclusion in society. Watch the webinar recording here.

What Does Disability Inclusion Bring to the Workplace?

This presentation covers preliminary results from research conducted by Dr Chloe Atkins and Dr Andrea Whiteley, of the PROUD Project at the University of Toronto Scarborough. This webinar reveals some of the optimal conditions for disability inclusion and the unique benefits that people with disabilities bring to the workplace. Watch the webinar here.

RED SHIRT DAY & NATIONAL ACCESSIBLITY WEEK RESOURCES: BLOG ARTICLES

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Insights into the world of teaching through the lens of a student and educator with a visible physical disability: by guest author, Cynthia Berringer, OCT. Read the article here.

Don’t Dis My Ability: An article on bullying and mental health by guest author, Yael Gottesman. Read the article here.

A group photo of four individuals set against a concrete wall. Three are standing and one person is in a wheelchair. The person in the centre is holding up a chalkboard sign that says Disabled and Here.

Standing in Solidarity with the Disability Community: How to be an Ally for People with Disabilities: by guest author, Emily Chan, MSW, RSW. Read the article here.

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Read more articles on a diverse range of topics written by guest authors, published by Easter Seals Manitoba (Manitoba Possible) as part of its Explore Possible blog: Click here to view the Explore Possible blog.

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