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Monday, June 3 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
M11: Sensory Literacy

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How can libraries become more accessible to patrons with sensory sensitivities? Sensory sensitivities can include life-long diagnoses such as autism, as well as temporal manifestations, such as because of grief. This session presents a brief understanding of how sensory sensitivities operate, why accessibility for patrons with sensory sensitivities is important in libraries, and how libraries can offer programs and resources to better serve our patrons and their families!

Presented with support from the Friends of the Prince George Public Library.

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Andra Nadeau

Library Assistant, Children's Services, Prince George Public Library
Andra works at the Prince George Public Library serving patrons aged 0-9 and their caregivers. She is also a social worker, and has experience working with children with disabilities (or, "diffabilities"), in child protective services and in child and family mental health service... Read More →

Monday June 3, 2019 1:45pm - 3:00pm AKDT
CIVIC 205 808 Canada Games Way, Prince George, BC, Canada