Officially recognized by the Government of Canada, National AccessAbility Week (NAAW), May 30 to June 5, is an opportunity to celebrate the valuable contributions of Canadians with disabilities and recognize those who are actively working to remove barriers to accessibility and inclusion.
To mark National AccessAbility Week we invite you to engage with us in a number of sessions exploring ways to reframe disability and embed intentional inclusivity, eliminating barriers to accessibility.
Each day, the Accessibility For Ontarians With Disabilities Act (AODA) Office and its partners will host transformational and multimodal discussions and events, covering:
- Accessibility in healthcare settings (a research-based theatre performance)
- Co-designing peer support networks
- Demystifying brain injury
- Physicality, health and disability
- Inclusive curriculum design
Read more about each event and register via our NAAW events website. Join us as we learn from experts and those with lived experience of disability in rich and dynamic ways.
All events will have American Sign Language (ASL) and live captions. If you have any other accessibility questions or are looking for further information on how we might support your participation, please contact Ben Poynton at firstname.lastname@example.org he will work with you to make appropriate arrangements.