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Kim has been totally blind since birth. She's the founder and coordinator of the Get Together with Technology program as well as a music therapist, professional storyteller, and radio show host. Kim travels through life with her fourth guide dog Tulia.
Recent Reports: January 6
- New measures for Ottawa Public Health
- New measures for Ottawa Public Health. One major change is for limits at outdoor recreation venues such as skating rinks, trails, etc. Also to wear a mask while skating etc is a change.
- Kim Kilpatrick performed for a local seniors centre using Seniors’ Centre Without Walls- a phone based group
- World Braille Day events through January.
There are four events, one per week.
First is this Saturday January 8.
There will also be events on January 13, 20 and 27.
Will go over the basics of the sessions.
Date: Looking Through the Crystal Ball: Innovations in Braille Technology for the 21st Century and Beyond. Saturday, January 8, 2022
Date: Building Braille Inclusion in Libraries. Thursday, January 13, 2022
Date: Tools for Your Toolbox: Braille Resources for French Speakers of All Ages
Thursday, January 20, 2022
Date: Refreshing and Rethinking Braille Awareness Presentations with a Focus on Equity and Accessibility. Thursday, January 27, 2022
Contact: For more information about this series of events, please contact email@example.com