Sometimes the best results happen organically. Last week a group with a wide range of disabilities took a tour of the Canadian Museum of Human Rights. Following the tour, we met over lunch to share insights and talk about the experience.
The museum team received terrific information that will help make the Museum more accessible. A chance to listen and learn. That was expected. The best part was unexpected, a group of strangers came together and shared an experience. By sharing and exchanging ideas they quickly became colleagues and even friends. A community was being formed.
Please tell me about a time when you learned more simply by being quiet.
Access is for everyone!
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