North Centennial Manor Accessibility Plan for Ontarians with Disabilities
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, (The AODA) is a Provincial Act with the purpose of developing, implementing and mandating accessibility standards in order to achieve accessibility for persons with disabilities, with respect to goods, services, facilities, accommodation, employment, buildings, structures, and premises. The overall goal is to reach a fully accessible Ontario by 2025. North Centennial Manor is committed to full compliance and full cooperation with proposed legislation to ensure that North Centennial Manor is fully accessible and meets all legislation requirements by 2025.
North Centennial Manor is committed to providing a respectful, welcoming, accessible, and inclusive environment for all persons with disabilities in a way that is respectful of the dignity and independence of people with disabilities and in a manner, which takes into account the person’s disability and embodies the principles of integration and equal opportunity.
North Centennial Manor is committed to becoming a barrier free environment and meeting the requirements of all existing legislation and its own policies and goals related to identifying, removing, and preventing barriers to people with disabilities that might interfere with their ability to interact with North Centennial Manor.
North Centennial Manor ensures that all persons within its community are aware of their rights and responsibilities to foster an accessible and inclusive environment with and for persons with disabilities.
North Centennial Manor is committed to, and will strive to ensure that, The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, its regulations, standards, and all other relevant legislation concerning accessibility, are diligently observed and observed in a timely manner.
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