Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities (AODA)

The 5 AODA Standards

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is a 2005 law that sets out a process for developing and enforcing accessibility standards. Under the AODA, the government is responsible for creating accessibility standards that organizations must follow. The law lays out required practices for 5 areas of business: information and communication, employment, transportation, design of public spaces, and customer service.

Microlesson Description

This microlesson is a brief summary of the rights and expectations to provide accessibility to people in Ontario with disabilities. It covers the basics of the law, explains what qualifies as a disability, and provides some examples of qualified disabilities. The microlesson also includes Emtrain's policy acknowledgment tool, which allows users to read through and acknowledge your company's policies as well as accessibility plans.

Key Concepts

    • What qualifies as a disability?
    • Examples of qualified disabilities.
    • The 5 key AODA standards.
    • Policy and accessibility plan acknowledgment tools.
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