Accessibility and inclusion are important to us all. Kim Neeson has created a 1.5 hour program, eligible for 1.5 LSO hours EDI Professionalism Hours, for lawyers, law clerks or staff who interact with the public. Over 10% of Canada's population has a hearing loss of some kind, and the statistics will only rise as the population ages.
Neesons brings answers to questions about implementing technology in every day situations.
Neesons is well known for providing CART (communication access realtime translation) services throughout Canada, it being the largest service provider in the eastern part of our country. Voice-to-text realtime translation is mostly commonly used to provide communication access for those with a hearing loss.