March 18, 2021
Making Space: Stories of Disabled Youth in the GTA (Part Two)
Teenage years are often thought of as a time for exploration, rebellion, and asserting individuality. This program explores that pivotal period of life through the lens of Disability.
Making Space: Stories of Disabled Youth in the GTA is a two-part online storytelling event series exploring the past and present experiences of disabled and chronically ill youth growing up in Toronto. Featuring personal narratives and artwork, this program is a space for recognition, solidarity, and celebration, exploring how the landscape for disabled youth has shifted over time.
Part Two This storytelling event will explore the present day lived experiences of disabled and chronically ill youth and young adults as they navigate a city that, according to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, aims to be barrier free by 2025.
Should you need any help registering/accessing registration through Eventbrite please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASL interpretation and live captioning will be provided. Pre-recorded segments happening during events will be captioned. If you have any additional requirements or accommodations, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate those requests.