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Learn on your own

OK, you asked and I listened! Go over on my website through the service page you’ll find Business ASL for those who took Corporate Learning training or will realize it benefits their business, here are modules to learn and review signs for specific words and phrases related to your workplace environment at your own pace.

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Benefits of learning Sign Language

Deaf children learn sign language naturally if their parents and other people around them use the language. They learn sign language in the same way as other children learn spoken language like English and French. Sign language enriches them to understand spoken and written English/French language better. Most common in Canada is American Sign Language

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Tim Hortons

A photo of a Tim Horton's seen through a window

Couple weeks ago, BriConnect owned by Caylan McMullan contacted me to work together on a project with Tim Hortons. Tim Hortons shot a commercial involving ASL and just posted today of #TimsTrueStory told by MacKenzie and Blair. Tim Hortons reason for reaching out to BriConnect and me, their mission was for us to provide authentic

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Knowledge is Power

Collins Bay Institution

The Employment Equity and Diversity Committee at Collins Bay Institution reached out to me to provide a workshop. I hosted two-part lunch and learn workshop series at the institution. I provided my expertise for the attendees with the basic skills needed to interact effectively and respectfully with culturally deaf people within their work environment and

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AccessAbility Week 2018

Accessibility Week icons

I participated last week, our National AccessAbility week and shared The City of Kingston Facebook and Twitter posts too. May 27 to June 2, 2018, was National AccessAbility Week. It was a time for Canadians to promote inclusion and accessibility in our communities and workplaces, and celebrate the contributions of Canadians with disabilities. It was

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Accessibility’s Queen

Groups of Queen's students posing with Leah

I provide workshops on “A Deaf Perspective.” I teach through experience and knowledge of Deaf Culture, Deaf community and American Sign Language. I was referred to Accessibility Queen’s at Queen’s University to provide my workshop, taught a motivated and curious group of Queen’s students on Saturday, March 24. (Photos provided by Odelle Ma. Top is