Child and Youth Studies student wins accessibility award

Fourth-year Child and Youth Students student Keely Grossman was named the first-ever recipient of Brock University’s Accessibility and Inclusion Recognition Award, which recognizes a Brock community member who has been nominated by their peers and has worked towards improving accessibility and inclusion at Brock. Keely is the founder of ABLE Brock, a student organization that works to educate. The award was given to celebrate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPWD) every Dec. 3. The celebration for the IDPWD was a joint venture between the Office of Human Rights and Equity, and Student Accessibility Services.The presentation took place Friday afternoon as part of an event to mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities.


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