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During these discussions, participants will be asked to share their thoughts on the accessibility barriers they have experienced in accessing services with the CRA. To prepare, participants will be provided with discussion questions and background information two days in advance of the meeting. If you have any questions or concerns, you can also email the project team at [email protected] or call the project team at 1 (866) 217-7176.
Platform used: Zoom
Session length: Two hours
Recognizing the value of your lived experience and expertise, a $200 honourarium will be provided for two-hour group discussions, and a $100 honorarium will be provided for one-hour individual interviews.
To provide you with an honourarium, we will be collecting your name and email. This information will not be shared with anyone outside of Delaney and Associates, and this data will be destroyed once honourarium payment has been confirmed.
We request that you attend either a group consultation session or an individual interview; individuals will not be paid more than once for their participation.
To register for a session, choose a date and time that works best for you. Sessions will be held in English or French. For American Sign Language, langue des signes québécoise, captioning, and other accommodation requests, please complete the event registration for your specific virtual group discussion.
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Better Nights, Better Days for Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders is a free online program based on behavioural principles that supports parents of #children aged 4-12 years old who experience difficulties falling and staying asleep.
Our online program encourages positive sleep behaviours that will help children achieve a better quality of sleep throughout the night.
To see if this program is a good fit for you and your child visit our website: www.ndd.betternightsbetterdays.ca
Currently, PLAN (Psychology, Law and Neurodevelopment Research and Policy Group at U of G) are inviting youth and young adults between the ages of 12 and 24 with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) to participate in a study. Youth are eligible to participate whether or not they have had actual contact with the criminal justice system as our study asks about both hypothetical and real-world legal decisions. Youth will be asked to answer questions relevant to their own past experiences. In order to participate, youth must be able to speak English and must currently reside in Canada.
Interested individuals can contact us directly by email: [email protected] or by telephone at 519-824-4120 ext. 53622.
It is my great pleasure to invite you to join us for a public review of a third accessibility standard!
In collaboration with CSA Group and Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), we have finished the draft updates for the draft standard ASC/CSA B652, Accessible Residential Homes. We want to hear from you!
This standard will assist:
-those who design, build, or modify homes for accessibility, and
-those who are seeking to provide affordable and adaptable homes for people with disabilities.
Public review of the draft standard is open until June 13, 2022.
You can access the draft on the CSA Group Public Review site. Select your preferred language from the menu in the top right.
A one-time registration is required. You are invited to comment directly online.
We are proud to collaborate with CSA Group and CMHC in contributing to a more inclusive and barrier-free Canada.
For additional information or questions, please email CSA Group.
We welcome your expertise and comments!
C'est avec grand plaisir que je vous invite à vous joindre à nous pour un troisième examen public d'une norme d'accessibilité!
En collaboration avec le Groupe CSA et la Société canadienne d'hypothèques et de logement (SCHL), nous avons terminé l'ébauche de la norme ASC/CSA B652, Maisons résidentielles accessibles. Nous voulons maintenant connaître votre opinion.
Cette norme aidera :
-ceux qui conçoivent, construisent ou modifient des logements pour les rendre accessibles, et
-ceux qui cherchent à fournir des logements abordables et adaptables aux personnes en situation de handicap.
L'examen public du projet de norme aura lieu jusqu'au 13 juin 2022.
Vous pouvez accéder à l'ébauche sur le site internet du Groupe CSA. Sélectionnez la langue de votre choix à partir du menu en haut à droite.
Une inscription unique est requise. Vous êtes invités à commenter directement en ligne.
Nous sommes fiers de collaborer avec le Groupe CSA et SCHL pour contribuer à un Canada plus inclusif et sans obstacle.
Pour toute information ou question supplémentaire, veuillez contacter le Groupe CSA.
Votre expertise et vos commentaires sont les bienvenus!