Learn how Leah Chang Learning supported a non-profit project to deliver a comprehensive, accessible eLearning (WCAG 2.0) and full web experience in just 6 months
If you’ve been following us, you know that Leah Chang Learning recently worked with The Inclusive Workplace (TIW) to develop a new resource hub that supports aspiring inclusive employers and job seekers on the autism spectrum or with intellectual disabilities. The goal of this collaboration was to increase meaningful employment while empowering Canadian businesses and employment agencies to recover from the pandemic and beyond.
The hub has been a smashing success. So much so that on September 28 we got the team together to celebrate!
Leah Chang joined TIW team leads Rachel Mills and Radha MacCulloch, along with Courtney Weaver, an autism and disability results-oriented worker and self-advocate, to discuss the success of The Inclusive Workplace. In addition to sharing what it was like to work on this meaningful project, the team led a tour of the TIW resource hub.
Some highlights you won’t want to miss:
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A full transcript of the event is available upon request.
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Leah Chang is a learning consultant with 17+ years of experience designing online and classroom learning. In her spare time she goes on self-propelled travel adventures and tries to grow vegetables.