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A hole in one for diversity can make dreams come true

Bayleigh Teepa-Tarau, an autistic 12-year-old, from a town lacking a golf course, stunned schools across New Zealand by winning the Aims Games individual and team golf title. This was despite having played only 3 rounds in his life. Merely dreaming of coming first, this victory has resonated with not only his family but with boys all over the country, teaching many that even their wildest dreams can come true.

Test your knowledge with this Disability Myth Quiz

If you are still learning the ropes, or if you want to see if your disability awareness is up to snuff take this quick and easy quiz. Put together by the training experts at Ontario Disability Employment Network (ODEN) to find out. A group that brings together businesses and employment service providers to increase employment opportunities for living with a disability.Visit

Signal for help to respond to domestic violence

Canadian Women’s association invented a simple one-handed gesture you can use also silently show you need help and want someone to check in with you in a safe way. It might be useful in a video call or on the street.

In addition, there’s a guide book to train others and a course if you wish to become a signal responder. It is a leap forward in responding to domestic violence problems in Canada.

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