Accessibility is Good for Business: Workshop Open to all BIA Members

The Parkdale BIA invites you to attend a FREE WORKSHOP on the business case for accessibility and AODA compliance.

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What businesses need to know and do!

Do you know what your requirements are under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)? Do you know how to use accessibility to build profit, strengthen employee retention, gain new and repeat customers?

Accessibility is Good for Business will include:

  • The business case for accessibility
  • Practical tips and best practices for BIAs and their communities
  • A clear understanding of what you need to do to comply with the AODA
  • Tools and resources for you to take away
  • Opportunity to ask an accessibility expert your questions
  • Network and coordinate with BIA and community members

When: Wed. November 26, 2014

Time: 6:00pm -8:00pm

Cost: Free!

Who: All BIA members

Where: Parkdale Library, 1303 Queen St West, Toronto


Should you require more information or any accommodations in order to attend, please contact Constance Exley, Go ON Project Manager: 647-502-7047 or [email protected]

The Parkdale Library is an accessible venue. In consideration of others, this workshop is scent-free.

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AODA Wheelchair Accessibility Information Session

accessibilityDid you know that Accessibility Ontario (AODA) requires all businesses to support people with disabilities through mandated Customer Service Standards? 

The AODA standards also include requirements for accessible employment practices (such as policies on hiring and accommodation of people with disabilities) and accessible communications (such as websites).  The Ontario Business Improvement Area Association (OBIAA) and AODA are hosting a free online meeting on Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 10:00 am, to share information about the wheelchair accessibility standards for businesses in Ontario. For more information contact Constance Exley, Accessibility Ontario at [email protected] or [email protected]  or call at 1-866-807-2227 | 647-521-5341