In this performance, members of the Inclusive Campus project from the University of British Columbia will use research-based theatre to bring attention to inclusive workspaces for health students and professionals. This project’s work seeks to identify and address barriers to accessibility in university and healthcare settings through storytelling. Over three years, they held 150 interviews with 80 students and clinicians who self-identify as living with a disability. The goal: to understand the success and challenges to inclusive workplaces. Participants will witness the stories heard as part of this research, learn new perspectives, and reflect on their own experiences. What can we do to make our own workplaces more accessible?
Who should attend: anyone interested in addressing barriers to accessibility in university and healthcare settings
All events will have American Sign Language and live captions. If you have any other accessibility questions or are looking for further information on how we might support your participation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 416.978.8587 we will work with you to make appropriate arrangements.
Welcome and Introductions
- Ben Poynton, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Officer
Performance by Alone the Ring Cast
- Audience will review a pre-recorded video followed by a live performance via Zoom
Questions from the audience
- Moderated by Reshma Dhrodia, Team Lead, Accessibility Services, St. George
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