Triage protocol update

In the face of rising stage 2 COVID-19 numbers, opposition critics and disability advocates are calling on Ontario’s government to publicly release its COVID-19 triage protocol, which would guide doctors on how to determine who should get life-saving treatment if hospitals are overwhelmed by coronavirus patients. The purpose of the protocol, which would only be […]

Accessibility compliance deadline postponed

In a notice to stakeholders, the Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility announced it is extending the accessibility compliance reporting deadline under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) for businesses and non-profit organizations from December 31, 2020 to June 30, 2021. Meantime, the province says it is encouraging organizations to use this additional time […]

CWDO COVID-19 Coffee Chats

Citizens With Disabilities Ontario (CWDO) invites you to attend their free webinar series: COVID-19 Coffee Chats. Increase your social connections and networks within Ontario’s disability community! When: Friday, November 6 from 2 pm to 3 pm Topic: Access to Healthcare Find out how to see your doctor and how to access healthcare during the second […]

Canadian Disability Benefit

Building momentum for the Canadian Disability Benefit – A Learning Series You may have already joined part one of this series: At long last, a Canada Disability Benefit is coming – What should it look like? This second series will be an additional 4-part conversation on Building momentum for the Canadian Disability Benefit. Achieving a […]

Rock ‘N Rolling Through Barriers

The response to our Rolling Through Barriers campaign throughout July has been positively overwhelming! We heard from our community members about the challenges they’ve overcome, the barriers that still exist for them and the importance of accessibility. The stories and words of solidarity from staff, clients, donors, volunteers, politicians and media personalities were powerful statements […]

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