Accessible Tabletop Gaming
- How can you keep you kids safe from cannabis exposure? Jeff Ryman explains in his health report.
- On In The Know, Margrett Weldon informs us about the More With Morley Campaign, and highlights what goes into putting a campaign together.
- We hear about Hands of Fire, a sculpting group in Toronto for people with low vision, making sculpting fun, accessible and affordable.
- Secret supper clubs tested peoples appetite for cannabis infused food ahead of legalization. Bill Shackleton explains the findings.
- It's time to get out the scoresheets and dice; we talk tabletop gaming with Debbie Eva Williams and David Dennis, two low vision game-lovers, about how we can make gaming more accessible.
- We finish off our Kitchen tips with Independent Living Skills Specialist Leanne Baarda, including how to best label your small and large appliances.
NBA Season Preview
- Basketball season starts this week, and we preview the upcoming NBA season with Jeff Ryman and Randal Urban!
- Fitness Contributor Chyvonne Emile tells us how people with low or no vision can tackle group fitness activities.
- We speak to Esther Rhee of Autism Speaks Canada about their new, national, multi-faceted virtual platform.
- Newfoundland Community Reporter Kim Thistle-Murphy reminds us of CNIB monthly programs, including a book club, walking club and fitness.
- The YMCA Academy in Toronto has added a four-legged friend to their family; Meagan Gillmore tells us more about Yukon, the Service Animal at the school.
- Tech Guru Tom Dekker debriefs us on Westjet Connect, the accessible Westjet app.