Come Celebrate Inclusiveness Together!
Bring your stories of celebration that highlight the importance of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities and celebrate the rights, independence and achievement of people with disabilities both locally and globally with other people with disabilities.
Please keep your stories 2-3 minutes in length and submit them in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit and comment on our event page on Facebook: International Day of Persons with Disability.
To request ASL interpretation at this event, please RSVP to Melanie Moore at email@example.com or 416-599-2458, Ext 228 (via Bell Relay) by Friday, November 25th.
Where: Nathan Phillips Square
(Directions: Northwest corner of Bay and Queen. In front of Winston Churchill’s statue. Just east of the City Hall parking garage)
When: Saturday, December 3rd 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
An initiative supported by: Canadian Paraplegic Association Ontario, CBM Canada, Centre for Independent Living in Toronto, Community Living Toronto and Ethno-Racial People with Disabilities Coalition of Ontario--with the kind assistance of AMI.
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- Hoping @BlueJays will let someone w a spinal cord injury throw a pitch at a game. #SCIawareness RT if you think they should.
- RT @DisabilityToday: #FF @Travability @glucksteinlaw @play2podium @disabilityimage @WheelersFitness @WCBballCanada @Ability_Online @SCI_Ont…
- RT @DisabilityToday: New #vlog from @SCI_Ontario: "Ball Game Streaker Let us throw a pitch" for #SCI Awareness Month Watch it here: …
Problems related to pain, mobility and agility affected the largest number of adults. Nearly 3 million adults aged 15 and over, or 11% of this age group, reported one of these limitations. (PALS 2006)
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