analyst Rick Sinclair designed the first computer based
TTY for the Government of Canada, and developed the first systems model
for the elimination of barriers in government systems. He is the author
of the workplace counselling manual “What To Do When Your Client Can’t
Consulting and/or technology
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited
Billings Bridge Plaza
Canada Customs and Revenue Agency
Canadian Association of the Deaf
Canadian Intellectual Property Office
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
City of Ottawa
City of Ottawa ERC Centres
Department of National Defence
Human Resources Development Canada
Line 1000 Employment Agency
Natural Resources Canada
Ontario Student Loans
Ottawa Deaf Centre
University of British Columbia
TO DO WHEN YOUR CLIENT CAN'T HEAR YOU.
Employee Assistance Programs accessible to clients with hearing loss.
A manual for communications within a workplace counselling environment
that addresses equal service for Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing
clients on levels from simple reception to therapy level communication.
Author: Rick Sinclair Available on request from SNA
(handling charges apply).
DOORS TO ACCESS: ARE THEY OPEN OR CLOSED?
Review of Government Websites Accessiblity to the Deaf and Deafened
of publications please contact Rick