Monthly Archives: December 2020

In every journey – 2020 reflections by Donna Jodhan

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Ask an Author – December 2020 – Gazing at a Christmas Tree

I can definitely confirm that this strategy works for me and why? Because it includes using the senses of smell, sight, and touch. You can also add the sense of hearing to this strategy. I’ll do my best here to … Continue reading

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Ask an Expert – December 2020 – Making Your Dinner Table 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 – December 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 December 2020, with special thanks to Aaron Di Blasi and Mind Vault … Continue reading

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News – December 2020 – Donna Jodhan Continues to Advise the CTA

On December 4th, Donna Jodhan participated in a Zoom conference hosted by the Canadian Transportation Agency. Donna’s participation was as a member of the CTA’s advisory committee on disability issues. The main focus was on the following: An update from … Continue reading

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News – December 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 – December 2020 – Donna Jodhan Interviewed by National Research Council of Canada

On December 1st, Donna Jodhan was interviewed by the National Research Council of Canada. The interview focused on whether or not Canadians with disabilities were being consulted when it came to collaborating with both Federal and Provincial governments on Covid-19. … Continue reading

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