How T-Base Is Giving Back for #GivingTuesday

If you’re on social media, surely you know that today, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016, is #GivingTuesday. This movement, which takes place in Canada every year following Cyber Monday, encourages individuals, charities and businesses to donate their money or volunteer their time to their favourite causes or simply spread the word on the importance of giving.

Lucy Morrissey - Nov 29, 2016

Bringing the Magic of the Holidays to Children—in Braille!

The holiday season is upon us. As 2016 comes to a close, we want to thank our customers, partners and friends for a wonderful year and for recognizing the importance of alternate formats. 

For over a decade, T-Base has done something special to help Santa and his elves bring the magic of the holidays to children who are blind or print restricted. Watch the video to learn all about this initiative--and happy holidays!

Lucy Morrissey - Nov 24, 2016

Canada’s Accessibility Legislation

The Government of Canada is currently holding consultations on its planned accessibility legislation through online questionnaires, a one-day national forum for youth with disabilities on Nov. 1, 2016, in Ottawa, and via in-person sessions across major cities in Canada. In-person sessions start September 2016 and run until February 2017.  View the schedule and how to participate.  

Deanna White - Sep 12, 2016

T-Base Love Stories

First, Happy Valentine’s Day!

We hope your day is spent with the person or the people you love—and a little chocolate doesn’t hurt either, right? We know Valentine’s Day is a popular one for public displays of adoration online—messages, pictures and videos—but we have something a little different to share with you all. Today we bring to you something near and dear to our hearts: T-Base Love Stories.

Lucy Morrissey - Feb 14, 2016

Accessible education through scholarship. Applications now accepted!

When students are given the tools and assistance to achieve in an academic environment, they are better equipped to successfully complete their degrees. When students who are blind, deaf-blind, or partially sighted are given the tools to help reduce barriers in the education sphere, they are better equipped with the resources to study alongside their sighted peers.

Courtney DeLaura - Feb 02, 2016


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