Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “accessibility”
Midland Accessibility Survey
Accessibility matters to the Town of Midland, and as part of that, The Midland Accessibility Advisory Committee for the Town of Midland, Ontario has a survey for residents of, and visitors to, the Town of Midland. The survey has been created in order to learn what others in or visiting the community are experiencing.
By Daniel F. Dickinson on June 1, 2022
Job Search Hesitancy
With the relaxation of Covid-related restrictions there are many people asking the question “I want to work, but do I want a job?”. This is generally not in the sense of wanting to become self-employed but hesitancy about returning to what has been a largely unhealthy workplace culture. In many ways going to work has felt like we’ve gotten spam instead of the ham we were promised.
By Daniel F. Dickinson on March 9, 2022
PSA: Ontario Education Accessibility Consultations
The Ontario government is consulting with the public on improving accessibility to K-12 and post secondary education.
By on October 4, 2021
PSA X2: Consultations on Accessibility and AI
The Province of Ontario has a couple of interesting consultations.
By Daniel F. Dickinson on May 27, 2021
My Bowels, Like Water
A poem and discussion of the problem of lactose intolerance and lack of ingredients lists with online grocery shopping.
By Daniel F. Dickinson on February 3, 2021