News

Fall 2020

In this Newsletter: DLI newsletter, online training sessions information, DLI November conference, annoucements from CNIB, DLN, and two new Deaf books now available!

Newsletter

Fall 2020 Newsletter

Summer 2020

In this Newsletter: DLI newsletter, Black Lives Matter, announcement of online training sessions, Myles Murphy awarded the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador, COVID-19 latest information and workplace guidelines, DLI November conference.

Newsletter

Summer 2020 Newsletter

June 2020

We live in a society of a broken system that wrongfully discriminates Black people. We demand accountability and commitment to equity for all people in our society!

Everyone is responsible to end hate and ignorance against Black people.

Deaf Literacy Initiative will be reviewing its current policies and practices to ensure there's no racism within our agency. We are committed to increasing racism workshops for our employees and practitioners/learners in the Deaf and DeafBlind stream.

#BLACKLIVESMATTER

Announcement

Deaf Literacy Initiative joins in solidarity the fight against racism and violence.

May 2020

The Ottawa Hospital is excited to announce that in collaboration with the Deaf PFAC (Deaf Patient Family Advisory Committee), they have taken the lead in ensuring that Deaf communities have access to ASL and LSQ on the TOH website regarding interpretation services during the COVID-19 pandemic. The announcement is available on the TOH website in English, French and ASL. The LSQ version will come very soon. Click the "view" to visit the site for the full ASL announcement.

ASL and LSQ icons will soon be posted on the main page of The Ottawa Hospital website: www.ottawahospital.on.ca. Once you click the preferred language (English or French), it will automatically take you to patients/visitors/accessibility/interpretation page where you will see ASL or LSQ icons.

Announcement

UPDATE TO DEAF COMMUNITY ABOUT INTERPRETATION SERVICES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

May 2020

Highlight National #AccessAbility Week, from May 31 to June 6. Let’s dedicate this week to accessibility and inclusion in Canada. Find out more: Canada.ca/accessability-week

Announcement

AccessAbility Week

This Employment Ontario program is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario and through the Canada-Ontario Job Fund Agreement.

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