How to Fail at Accessibility

Genre: Lifestyle

Meet the people in St. John’s, NL who are trying to help the city reach it’s potential of becoming a disability-friendly destination. Whether just stopping by or calling the city home, How To Fail at Accessibility looks into challenges, community involvement, how to make a difference, and the importance of prioritizing people with disabilities.

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Episodes

Episode 1

DisABILITIES: When you look at what we CAN do, the list of what we CAN'T do looks a lot smaller

Episode 2

A look into mental health. Community involvement, fun activities, and a solid social network are vital for everyone

Episode 3

Making a change. Protesting or going through the proper channels – we look into how to make a difference.

Episode 4

Transit: For people with disabilities, sometimes leaving your own home can be a major challenge.

Episode 5

Looking into the importance of prioritizing people with disabilities in St. John's.

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