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Disability-related issues are the topic at McMaster’s Employee Accessibility Network

McMaster employees with disabilities or who have medical accommodations are welcome to join the Employee Accessibility Network Ð a space for faculty, instructors, teaching and research assistants, and staff to connect and discuss disability-related issues.The network holds regular meetings, where topics range from barriers to accessible teaching and learning environments, to supports for TAs and sessional instructors with disabilities in the classroom, to career advancement.Most meetings have a mix of peer support, group goal-setting, consultation and advocacy. They take place on McMaster’s main campus, but network members who are off-site can teleconference or access meetings through a webinar.As well, the network functions as a consultative group to the McMaster Accessibility Council.So if you are a TA or RA whoexperiences disability, disablement, chronic illness, or a health, mental health or addiction concern;has questions or concerns about accessibility in teaching and learning environments; oris interested in meeting in a confidential setting to share information, resources and offer suggestions for enhancing accessibility at McMasteryou are invited to join the network.To join the network’s mailing list, attend an upcoming meeting, or ask related questions, send aconfidential emailto Kate Brown, AccessMac Program, Equity and Inclusion Office:access@mcmaster.caMeetings are hosted by the Equity and Inclusion Office, in response to provincial accessibility legislation. […]

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Disability-related issues are the topic at McMaster’s Employee Accessibility Network

McMaster employees with disabilities or who have medical accommodations are welcome to join the Employee Accessibility Network – a space for faculty, instructors, teaching and research assistants, and staff to connect and discuss disability-related issues. The network holds regular meetings, where topics range from barriers to accessible teaching and learning environments, to supports for TAs […]

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