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Did You Know...

Individuals with hearing impairments often use some combination of lip-reading, sign language, and amplification to understand spoken information. People who are deaf from birth generally have more difficulty speaking and understanding the structure of language than those who lost their hearing later in life. In a job setting, everyday noises -- fans and lights -- that are not a bother to hearing people, may have a profound effect on the ability of people with hearing impairments.

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Employability Awards

2012 EmployABILITY Awards

On June 7th 2012 the Durham Region Employment Network held the 11th Annual EmployABILITY Awards Gala at the Tosca Banquet Hall in Oshawa.

The evening was hosted by Don Pittman and featured a Keynote speech from Chelsy Gotell, as well as an address from Miguel Aguayo, Senior Program Advisor, Ministry of Community and Social Services, ODSP Branch.

EmployABILITY Winners

Winner Dane Fallis
Nominated by Northern Lights Canada
Employer: RGIS
Winner Andrew Reilly
Nominated by META Vocational Service
Employer Durham College School of Skilled Trades
Winner Mark Dahl
Nominated by Canadian Hearing Society
Employer Hockey Hall of Fame
Innovation Award Winner Keith Brettell
Volunteer Citizenship Award Winners Scott Bremner
Media Award Winner Don Reist
Region of Durham Accessibility Award Winners Allan Angus
Corrado's Resturant 
Robert Gunn, Henery's Oshawa
Clarington Secondary School
Neil & Susan Bradley and Cathey Cooper, Soup's On Us
Bill Lawerenson
Windreach Farm