Send Us Your Feedback on the Initial or Draft Recommendations for What the Promised Health Care Accessibility Standard Should Include that Were Prepared by the Government-Appointed Health Care Standards Development Committee

The Mass Migration to Online Learning is Leaving Disabled Students Behind – Accessibility News International

It is more important than ever for the Ontario Government to remove and prevent the many disability barriers that impede patients with disabilities in Ontario’s health care system. If anything, the COVID-19 pandemic and the Government’s response to it have made those barriers worse. That flies in the face of the Accessibility for Ontarians with […]

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if Hospital Overloads Require Critical Care Triage, Will the Ford Government Agree to Tell the Public the Daily Numbers of Patients Refused Life-Saving Critical Care They Need?

The Mass Migration to Online Learning is Leaving Disabled Students Behind – Accessibility News International

The AODA Alliance just wrote the Ford Government to request that key information about its critical care triage plans be immediately made public. That letter is set out below. Read more athttps://aoda.ca/if-hospital-overloads-require-critical-care-triage-will-the-ford-government-agree-to-tell-the-public-the-daily-numbers-of-patients-refused-life-saving-critical-care-they-need/ Related

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Register for April 20, 2021 Virtual Public Forum on Disability Concerns with Ontario’s Critical Care Triage Plans – Plan to Tell The Virtual April 28, 2021 Toronto Infrastructure and Environment Committee Meeting Not to Allow Electric Scooters

The Mass Migration to Online Learning is Leaving Disabled Students Behind – Accessibility News International

Please save the date for these two important events that are fast approaching. For the first one, register now. For the second one, stay tuned for details on how to register to take part. Read more athttps://aoda.ca/register-for-april-20-2021-virtual-public-forum-on-disability-concerns-with-ontarios-critical-care-triage-plans-plan-to-tell-the-virtual-april-28-2021-toronto-infrastructure-and-environment-comm/ Related

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Waiting list ‘abyss’ in N.S. for care and housing of people with disabilities: doctor

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A Nova Scotia family doctor says people with intellectual disabilities can develop illnesses ranging from diabetes to stroke when forced to live in unsuitable housing without expert help. Dr. Karen McNeil told a legislature committee today many families feel like they’re experiencing “an abyss” because their loved ones languish on a 1,698-person waiting list, […]

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