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International Literacy Day 2022

September 8th is International Literacy Day. The theme this year is Transforming Literacy Learning Spaces. Low literacy skills limit someone’s access to vital support services, education, health care, as well as work, employment and recreational opportunities. Helping someone improve their literacy skills can change their lives. Providing an enriched and welcoming learning space where they feel ready to learn is so important. That’s what we do at Literacy Unlimited. Over the past 3 years, Literacy Unlimited has leveraged our resources, adapted our approaches, and transformed to meet the needs of our community. We now provide free tutoring services to adults …

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Financial Literacy Month

November is Financial Literacy Month. Take some time this month to think about your financial situation. If you know someone who is struggling to manage their budget, particularly if they have been adversely affected by the pandemic and resulting lock down, why not share some tips and tools with them? There are lots of tips and tools online that will help you: manage your money wisely take control of your debt save for the future understand your financial rights and responsibilities Four Great Financial Literacy Resources 1: Financial Literacy resources in the the LU resource hub: https://literacyunlimited-resourcehub.ca/resources/other-literacy-skills/financial-literacy/ 2: ABC Life …

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International Literacy Day

September 8th is International Literacy Day. The theme this year is teaching and learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. For many people with low literacy skills, Covid-19 has made life even more difficult. Low literacy skills limit someone’s access to critical health and prevention information. It makes access to support services, education, health care, as well as work and employment opportunities even more challenging. This year, on September 8th, join us in thinking about how to better support those people with low literacy skills in our community. Take time to talk to someone you know about Covid-19. Ask them how the …

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