Monthly Archives: October 2020

Appreciating what we have

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Are we last in line?

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Preparing for a 10th anniversary – a landmark victory

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Thanksgiving with a twist

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Let's stop snuffing out our future

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News – October 2020 – Recognition

In keeping with her commitment to recognize those who have acknowledged her efforts, award-winning author and sight-loss coach Donna Jodhan recognizes the following persons for the month of October 2020, with special thanks to Aaron Di Blasi and Mind Vault … Continue reading

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Ask an Author – October 2020 – How to Use Halloween

Now! This is probably one of my favourite strategies and I encourage you to try it. It all has to do with using creativity. When you go to create costumes for Halloween; either for your kids for your own costume … Continue reading

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Ask an Expert – October 2020 – Making a Train Station More Accessible

Hello everyone! Each month I will be responding to a question chosen from a pool of some of the most commonly asked ones that I have been asked over the years and continue to be asked. This month, Iā€™d like … Continue reading

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News – October 2020 – Give a Gift to Help Children with Disabilities

The world today is not what it was yesterday, and it will not be the same tomorrow. We are presently living in very challenging and troubled times, but rest assured, with our high propensity to create, innovate, and overcome we … Continue reading

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News – October 2020 – Donna Jodhan Presents at McGill University

On October 5th, 2020, Donna Jodhan (Founder and Chair of Barrier free Canada) made a Zoom presentation to McGill University that was attended by McGill students, along with others from around the world. This presentation was titled “Through the Eyes … Continue reading

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