Fashion Dis preview , watch video
In this AMI This Week Shortcut, Alex Smyth visits the set of the upcoming AMI original series, Fashion Dis, and meets the cast and crew behind the new show.
Show AMI This Week: Grant Hardy introduces you to Christina Martin , read blog post
Christina Martin is a talented artist who has made the choice to embrace the accessibility community to connect with audiences across the country and around the world.
Show NOW with Dave Brown: NOW with Dave Brown Highlight: Dr. Laverne Jacobs , watch video
In this NOW with Dave Brown Highlight, Dr. Laverne Jacobs, from the University of Windsor, describes Canada’s very first textbook on law and disability, called “Law and Disability in Canada: Cases and Materials.”
Kevin McShan reflects on International Day for Persons with Disabilities , read article
I reflect upon the journey to achieve objectivity, fairness, equity and equality for our special needs community.
Show Double Tap TV: Apple in an era without Steve Jobs , watch video
Ten years after the passing of Steve Jobs, is Apple still innovating at the same level? James Rath joins us to talk about his experience and sit-down with Tim Cook.
Show Documentaries: The Road Ahead , watch video
Since 1949, G.F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre has one of the best spinal cord injury programs in Canada. Learn more about the facility through past and present patients.
Show Kelly and Company: Advocacy, politics and humour , watch video
Kelly and Company hosts Kelly MacDonald and Ramya Amuthan: a little bit of advocacy, a little bit of politics, and a little bit of humour.
Show AMI This Week: Birthing Blind: What to Expect , watch video
Beth Deer reveals that she is pregnant and shares some advice to expecting mothers based on her own journey.
Show Employable Me: Clover & Drew , watch video
Drew is on the Autism spectrum and is looking for a career in the toy industry. Clover, a partially-sighted visual artist, dreams of a full-time career in the art field.
Media Accessibility , read article
Media is an integral part of our daily lives. It entertains, informs, educates and often dictates the trends that define popular culture of the day. Simply put, media is an essential part of our society.