My Activities 2020
I served as an Appointee, 2013-2016, on the Ontario Accessibility Standards Advisory Council, and in 2017-2020 was Appointed to be a member of the Information and Communications Accessibility Standards Development Committee, for the Accessibility Directorate of Ontario (ADO). Under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) the Minister is responsible to establish standards development committees to develop proposed accessibility standards to be considered for adoption by regulation. Recognizing the history of discrimination against persons with disabilities in Ontario, the purpose of the AODA is to benefit all Ontarians by developing, implementing an enforcing accessibility standards, and providing for the involvement of persons with disabilities, in the development of the accessibility standards. Within the time period specified by the Committee's mandate letter, each Committee shall prepare a proposed accessibility standard and submit it to the Minister for the purpose of posting the standard for public review. To learn more see:
ONTARIO REGULATION 191/11, INTEGRATED ACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS
Standards Development Committee Meeting Minutes
Expenditure Estimates for the Accessibility Directorate of Ontario (2017-18)
Ontario Public Appointments Secretariat Upcoming Vacancies
AlphaKOR helps businesses Increase Profits, Decrease Expenses, and Stay Secure using cutting edge technology and digital marketing solutions. At this workshop I will present practical methods to achieve AODA compliance for online communications. Learn about Stakeholder roles and project processes in designing for inclusion to bridge the digital disability divide. In partnership with
A Life Worth Living you will gain the knowledge to expand your market reach by developing inclusive business values and winning satisfied customers. Mainstreaming accessibility is more about productivity than disability in developing smart business strategies.
Walk the red carpet, be treated like a movie star, meet and greet real Hollywood celebrities, enjoy a superb dining experience and the entertainment sensation of the hottest band out of Detroit Michigan, at this important fund raising event. A Life Worth Living has begun a major project known as B.A.T.
Business Accessibility Toolkit an online resource whose purpose is to promote and facilitate the employment and inclusion of people with disabilities. The vision and ingenuity behind B.A.T. is its application and benefit to employers and people with disabilities alike.
Download the Sponsorship Brochure (PDF), and help change the disability narrative, One story at a time.