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May 26 @ 2:00 pm 4:00 pm

📍Assisted Living Southwestern Ontario (ALSO) (1100 University Ave, W.)
👥💻 Hybrid

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) was first passed in 2005, and set the goal of developing a fully accessible Ontario by 2025.

This is a complicated and ongoing process that requires people and organizations from across the province to participate. From Ontario.ca: “By working together, businesses, organizations, communities and all levels of government can meet the goal of making Ontario more accessible and inclusive.”

To show how everyone can contribute to a fully accessible Ontario, A Life Worth Living is sharing their experience in developing their Business Accessibility Toolkit. The free presentation will provide practical advice for AODA compliance, and details B2B solutions that make the goal of a fully accessible Ontario an achievable reality.

📅 Sunday, May 26

⏲ 2 – 4 PM

📍ALSO (1100 University Ave W), and online via Zoom

💲 Free

Register to attend in-person in below page.

Register to attend Virtually via Zoom.

A Life Worth Living is a Windsor-based organization that provides accessibility training and consulting. Consultants Steve Perpich and Judy Robinet will be delivering the material.


Hackforge’s Accessibility Series is made possible with the support of Assisted Living Southwestern Ontario


1100 University Ave W
Windsor, Ontario N9A 5S7 Canada
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