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Uncut Curbs and Other Obstacles: Mothers with Disabilities (1996)

Women's Education des femmes, Summer 1996 - Vol. 12, No. 2

The Health and Limitation Survey reports that the number of people reporting a disability is on the increase. Although the population of Canada has since grown, according to the 1991 Canadian Census there were 4.1 million adults living in Canada with disabilities, 2.3 million of whom were of working age (16-64), and women were more likely than men to have a disability.

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2004-09-09

Virtual-Mouse (2002)

Eliminating the need to use a mouse

This software review from CONNECT features Virtual-Mouse by Per Philip Joergensen. This software provides people who find it difficult to use a mouse with an alternative when using Windows.

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2003-07-25

Networking With Organizations Serving Persons With Special Needs (2002)

Literacy Link South Central Community Development Project, A

This report describes a community development project carried out by Literacy Link South Central (LLSC) in Ontario in 2001-02.

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2003-03-17

A Guide to Assistive Technology to Support Literacy Learners With Disabilities (2003)

Assistive technology can be any item, piece of equipment or system that helps work around or compensate for a disability, whether it is a learning disability or a physical disability.

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2003-01-01

Best Practices in Managing the Classroom to Improve Student Commitment (2003)

This document discusses best practices in managing the classroom to improve student commitment in Ontario college LBS programs. The best practices are listed in three sections; each is organized under the area or individual having the greatest control of those practices. These sections are: institution controlled; practitioner controlled, and; shared control.

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1990-01-01

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