Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance Update United for a Barrier-Free Society for All People with Disabilities
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September 25, 2020
What Is the Ford Government Doing to Ensure Patients with Disabilities Don’t Face Discrimination in Access to Life-Saving Critical care If the Surge in COVID-19 Cases Overloads Ontario’s Hospitals?. Read full article.
In the third review of the AODA, the Honourable David Onley recommends needed improvements to the Act. During the public meetings Onley held while preparing his review, attendees outlined many barriers that people with disabilities face. More improvements to the AODA would help to remove existing barriers and prevent future ones. Therefore, in addition to direct recommendations, Onley’s review also includes suggestions from attendees about how to remove these barriers. This article will explore disability barriers in public spaces and ways to remove them.
Disability Barriers in Public Spaces. Read full article.
Are students with disabilities adjusting smoothly to online learning?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020-21 school year is proving to be very different from past years, especially for students with disabilities. As many return to classes for the fall semester, the majority are doing so through their computer screens rather than sitting in a classroom.
How Online Courses Are Affecting Students With Disabilities. Read full article.
Today is the International Day of Sign Languages! The International Day of Sign Languages takes place every year around the world on the Wednesday of International Week of the Deaf. The day raises awareness about how people who are deaf use Sign languages to communicate and contribute to their communities.
The International Day of Sign Languages. Read full article.