Toronto Visionaries chapter of the Canadian Council of the Blind

The GTT program in Toronto

CCB National has partnered with Kim Kilpatrick and a program called Get Together with Technology (GTT), to encourage those who use adaptive technology — and those who would like to know more — to get together and share their knowledge.

As a result, GTT groups have sprung up in CCB chapters across the country, meeting regularly to talk and learn about the technological tools that can enable independence and help build confidence.

In cooperation with other groups within the vision-loss community here in Toronto, the CCB Toronto Visionaries have launched our own GTT group, GTT Toronto adaptive technology user group, which meets once a month from September through June.

From apps on the latest smart phones, to tips on how to get the most out of your desktop computer, to navigating social media, GTT groups are self-directed, discussing topics brought to the group by group members. And don't worry if you are not 'tech savvy'. The idea of a GTT group is that those with some knowledge will share that knowledge with the rest of the group.

For more information on GTT Toronto's location and schedule of meetings, visit their website, email GTT Toronto, or contact us.

Get connected! Get together with Technology! And make the most of the powerful tools that can open up your world.

The GTT program in Canada

The following links will connect you to the National GTT network.

Visit our Calendar & programs to find out when we'll be holding our next meeting, or to get the latest information on what activities and outings are coming up.

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