June 7, 2012
The Ontario Government has retained a private organization to consult with members of the public on issues concerning the impact of accessibility standards enacted under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. We have been asked to circulate an announcement of this survey. We encourage everyone to take part in this consultation, and to let others know about it.
We set out below the announcement that we were provided.
Invitation to Participate…
How have Ontario’s accessibility standards made a difference?
Cathexis Consulting is conducting consultations to find out what measures should be looked at to learn the impact Ontario’s accessibility standards have on persons with disabilities. We want to focus on the things that are most important to people with disabilities in order to measure whether the legislation and standards are improving their quality of life.
In order to make sure that what is being measured is meaningful to people with disabilities, we want to hear about the things that make your life better.
What’s in it for me?
- You will get to have your views heard
- You will receive a brief summary of the results of the consultations
What is involved?
You can participate through face-to-face consultation meetings, a survey, a blog or a written submission
Face-to-face consultations are occurring:
- June 8th in the Delta Chelsea Hotel in Toronto
- June 11th at the Valhalla Inn in Thunder Bay
- June 13th in the London Convention Centre in London
- June 14th in the Travelodge Hotel in Ottawa.
If you want to participate in a consultation, please go to the following link: http://app.fluidsurveys.com/surveys/cathexis/language-link-for-ado-rsvp/
If you want to participate in the on-line survey, go to: http://fluidsurveys.com/s/quality-of-life-survey/
All information will be confidential. Your responses will be combined with the responses of others, so your input will not be identified with you in any way.
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