GTT Toronto Adaptive Technology User Group
December 13, 2018
An Initiative of the Canadian Council of the Blind
In Partnership with the CNIB Foundation
*Note: The meeting place is changed for the December 2018 gathering. See details below.
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Theme: The 2018 elves Tech Christmas Wish List
The Date & Time:
Thursday, December 13, 6:00 PM til 8:00 PM
CNIB Service Centre, 1929 Bayview Avenue
As the holidays approach, the Get Together with Technology Toronto group is looking for the one piece of adaptive tech you’d really like to find in your stocking this Christmas!
Send us an email with the adaptive technology you’ve always wanted, your favourite cool tool, gadget, app, or device. Or even a suggestion of a piece of tech that doesn’t yet exist, but that you wish did! Send all stocking stuffer suggestions to
and our elves will share our Christmas Wish List at the next GTT Meeting on Thursday December 13 from 6pm to 8pm.
Please note: the meeting will be held at the CNIB Centre, 1929 Bayview Avenue, not at the Hub on Yonge Street.
As usual, light refreshments will be available.
So bring your adaptive tech, bring your questions, and Get Together with Technology!
GTT Toronto Adaptive Technology User Group Overview:
- GTT Toronto is a chapter of the Canadian Council of the Blind (CCB).
- GTT Toronto promotes a self-help learning experience by holding monthly meetings to assist participants with assistive technology.
- Each meeting consists of a feature technology topic, questions and answers about technology, and one-on-one training where possible.
- Participants are encouraged to come to each meeting even if they are not interested in the feature topic because questions on any technology are welcome. The more participants the better able we will be equipped with the talent and experience to help each other.
- There are GTT groups across Canada as well as a national GTT monthly toll free teleconference. You may subscribe to the National GTT blog to get email notices of teleconferences and notes from other GTT chapters. Visit:
There is a form at the bottom of that web page to enter your email.