Posts Tagged ‘WorkBC Assistive Technology Services’

Douglas Finds Solutions to His Workplace Barriers

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Douglas is a community administrator for a number of mobile home communities in Surrey, handling everything from answering calls to compiling data for new residents to collecting rent.

It’s a lot of work and Douglas faced a number of barriers that made his work tougher.

“My Life Has Changed for the Better,” Nicole Looks to Build a Career Thanks to Assistive Technology Services

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Nicole volunteers her time serving as a health coach and leader for workshops that help people with chronic pain — a subject close to her heart.

“I have an autoimmune condition that affects my spine and peripheral joints including neck, arms, and wrists. So I can’t sit for long and use a keyboard to type. That makes it tough to take notes and use a computer for assignments,” she explains.

New Hearing Aids Help Tim Communicate at the Jobsite

electrician at work

On a jobsite, it’s important to be able to communicate effectively — not only to get the job done, but more importantly, to stay safe.

It’s something Tim, a young level 1 electrical apprentice based in Port Coquitlam, knows quite well. His work often finds him on high-rise buildings.

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