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Conversations on technology for community service providers

Caregiving Will Be Enhanced By Technology

Topics: Technology adpative technology machines ShareVision Support employment artificial intelligence efficiency Disability Caregiving

Technology Makes Things Easier…and Possible

Topics: Technology adpative technology trends artificial intelligence efficiency Productivity Disability

Building A Sense of Belonging for All (Including You!)

October is Community Inclusion Month in BC. 

Topics: developmental disabilities workplace community volunteering

Coffee shops give sense of purpose – more than a morning eye opener

I recently went out for dinner with a friend who told me about an exciting new project that he was a part of. Among other things, my friend and I share a common goal of purposeful community. The project he is involved in will provide supportive housing, as well as community amenity spaces including a gym, a coffee shop, and non-profit offices. Exciting stuff. 

Topics: non-profit sharing economy ShareVision developmental disabilities employability employment inclusion workplace community diversity workforce art gallery autism

How I learned about the Reasoning & Learning Lab at McGill University

Am I the only one who didn’t know about these cool areas of research right here in Canada?

Topics: Social Media trends

How to Deal with Trolls

I feel bad for trolls. No, not internet trolls but their namesakes, the ones of my childhood that hid under fairy tale bridges, and later became a shirtless, shoeless good luck toy with crazy rainbow hair. I feel bad for those trolls as they are now forever associated with the act of internet trolling and no longer seem to turn to stone in the sunlight as they once did when I was a kid. Even Hollywood tried to revive their good name by making the recent “Trolls” movie. Those trolls even pooped cupcakes, a sure sign that they couldn’t be all bad.

Topics: Social Media non-profit