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video Becca and Riley

Becca’s Tourette Syndrome presents in the form of uncontrollable roaring which makes finding an accepting work environment a challenge. Riley has Asperger Syndrome and finds job interviews difficult.

How-To-Videos: Accessing DV

AMI has created a series of step-by-step videos that outline how to enable described video with various cable providers across Canada. Select your cable provider from the list to get started.

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AMI-tv and AMI-audio are available as part of a basic digital package from television providers at no additional cost. AMI-audio is also broadcast on the Secondary Audio Programming (SAP) of CBC News Network. For more information on how to access SAP, please visit our Access DV page.​​​​​

 

 

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At Accessible Media Inc. (AMI), our mandate is to make accessible media for all Canadians.

In pursuit of that mission, we believe that for all impacted and concerned Canadians, AMI can be a new model media organization that creates, advocates, collaborates and enables accessibility to all media.

 

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