AODA standards mandate how organizations must make themselves accessible to people with disabilities. The standards outline organizations’ responsibilities, and the deadlines they must meet. AODA Standards development committees are responsible for creating and maintaining the standards.
AODA Standards Development Committees
The government assigns one member of the Executive Council to be the minister in charge of the AODA. This minister oversees the process of developing standards. Therefore, the minister creates AODA standards development committees, whose members decide what rules a standard should include. Furthermore, the Minister invites people to be part of standards development committees. For instance, committee members can be:
AODA Standards Development Committees. Read full article.
The standards of the AODA mandate how organizations must remove and prevent barriers for people with disabilities. The AODA standards govern how organizations can offer services that meet the needs of all Ontarians, including citizens with disabilities.
Each of the AODA standards has rules for different sectors of the economy. The standards govern organizations that:
What are AODA Standards?. Read full article.
- Offer goods, services, or facilities
- Employ Ontario workers
- Provide accommodation
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance Update United for a Barrier-Free Society for All People with Disabilities http://www.aodaalliance.org firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @aodaalliance
January 12, 2020
Happy new year to one and all. Although the new year has scarcely begun, were already back at it, sleeves rolled up, plowing ahead with advocacy to tear down the barriers that people with disabilities too often still face. Here is the first news for you in 2020.
AODA Alliance Sends an Open Letter to the Candidates for Leadership of the Ontario Liberal Party, Seeking Specific Commitments on Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities. Read full article.
Bonnie Lysyk’s annual report highlighted issues with the Ontario Disability Support Program and advocates are worried about what ideas it might give Doug Ford’s government ByTebasum Durrani and Clara Pasieka
Published on Jan 09, 2020
Andrea Hatala lives with a visual impairment. But all her life, she says, people have told her, “Oh come on, you can really see.”
‘People live in fear’: What the auditor general’s report could mean for disability support in Ontario. Read full article.
Updated: January 8, 2020
Winter weather is striking London as budget tensions hit city council, a combination that’s left some Londoners demanding better snow clearing, especially on sidewalks.
Residents and politicians are grappling with what it takes to clear the way ” and how fast it should happen ” after snow wallops the city.
Accessibility Key Issue in Debate Over Sidewalk Snow Plowing. Read full article.