top of page

Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada

Exploring Accessibility: Workshop Recap with Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada

Recently, we had the privilege of hosting a workshop in collaboration with Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada (VLRC), shedding light on the importance of accessibility for those who are visually impaired. The session was an insightful journey into understanding the challenges faced by individuals with vision impairments and exploring innovative solutions to make technology more inclusive.

During the workshop, participants delved into various aspects of accessibility. Through interactive discussions and practical demonstrations, we gained valuable insights into the barriers faced by people with vision loss and learned how to implement accessible design principles effectively.

One of the highlights of the workshop was the emphasis on empathy-driven design. By putting ourselves in the shoes of users with vision impairments, VLRC were able to recognize the significance of creating interfaces that are intuitive and easy to navigate.

We also explored the latest assistive technologies and tools that can enhance accessibility, empowering individuals with vision loss to fully engage with their environment and tools. From screen readers to voice commands, these innovations are revolutionizing the way we interact with technology and opening up new possibilities for inclusion.

We are advocates for accessibility! Please reach out to VLRC, they are an organization that is covered under OHIP and free to use. Even some of their gadgets are largely covered by the government.

For those who missed the workshop or want to revisit the insightful discussions, we have provided a recording of the session below. We encourage you to watch and share this recording to spread awareness about the importance of accessibility and inspire others to join us in creating a more inclusive future.

If you have any questions for the VLRC team, you can contact them at 1-844-887-8572, or visit them online at You can also email them at or visit them on their social media on Facebook, X, and LinkedIn.


bottom of page