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National Accessibility Week

National AccessAbility Week, May 26 to June 1, 2019 is a week for Canadians to promote inclusion and accessibility in our communities and workplaces, to celebrate our progress and to be inspired to further break down accessibility barriers.

 

In celebration of National AccessAbility Week, the City of Greater Sudbury will be hosting a series of small events to celebrate our achievements in becoming a more inclusive community, and raise awareness about accessibility in the hopes of furthering the goal of improving access and removing barriers to municipal programs, services and facilities. We are reaching out to you as community partners to let you know about these upcoming events so you can help us spread the word.

 

Some of these events include a Kick-Off celebration and Proclamation at Bell Park, National AccessAbility Week free public swims and a Close Captioned movie night at the Grace Hartman Amphitheatre at Bell Park.

 

We will be sending out a final agenda for the weeks' events within the next few weeks and are hoping that you can pass that along through your contact and networks to help us make the events a success.

 

Information regarding National AccessAbility Week can be found on our City's website: https://www.greatersudbury.ca/city-hall/accessibility/ and will be updated as new information becomes available and the schedule is finalized.


 

OAP

Ontario Autism Program

  • The provincial government is hosting consultations with families about current and future  autism services. Families can complete a survey, send an email or participate in town hall teleconferences. There was one this week for rural and northern areas. There is  a website where families and service providers can provide feedback and find out more about the initiative: www.ontario.ca/autism   

A Change in the Delivery of School Based Rehabilitation Services

NEO Kids Children's Treatment Centre Assumes Management of Referrals and Waitlist

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Community Events

Do you ever feel out of the loop with services and community events in our area?  The NEO Kids Children's Treatment Centre is looking at providing families with information that is relevant for children.  If you would like to be added to the distribution list please send an email to Jcholette@hsnsudbury.ca.  

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