The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) was introduced in 2005 with the goal of removing barriers and making it easier for persons with disabilities to participate in their communities and workplaces. The law defines and enforces specific standards related to information, communications, customer service, employment, public spaces, and transportation, which have been rolling out over the last 15 years.
Join Derek Featherstone and his guest Monica Ackermann, Director of Global Digital Accessibility at Scotiabank, as they dive into:
• What the AODA is and who it applies to
• What you should have already done, and what you need to do before January 1, 2021
• How to approach 2021 and beyond for doing business in Ontario
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