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Tell the Ford Government, School Boards and Others To Use Recommended New Standard for Ensuring Accessibility of the Built Environment
June 16, 2021 / by BBG Security / All, aoda.
Ontario desperately needs to modernize its outdated laws to ensure that buildings and the built environment becomes accessible to people with disabilities. The Ford Government has received a promising blueprint for this. This can help propel Ontario in the right direction towards becoming accessible to people with disabilities. Will the Ford Government act? Read more […]
Ford Government Finally Makes Public the Initial Recommendations by the K-12 Education Standards Development Committee on How to Make Ontario Schools Accessible for Students with Disabilities
June 1, 2021 / by BBG Security / alliance, aoda.
At long last, the Ford Government today belatedly made public the initial or draft recommendations on what the promised Education Accessibility Standard should include. The Government-appointed K-12 Education Standards Development Committee submitted these initial or draft recommendations to the Government over two and a half months ago. Read more athttps://aoda.ca/ford-government-finally-makes-public-the-initial-recommendations-by-the-k-12-education-standards-development-committee-on-how-to-make-ontario-schools-accessible-for-students-with-disabilities/ Related
In a Detailed Report Card Delivered During National AccessAbility Week, the Ford Government Gets a Blistering “F” Grade for Its Three Year Record Since Taking Office on Action to Make Ontario Accessible for 2.6 Million Ontarians with Disabilities
May 31, 2021 / by BBG Security / alliance, aoda.
When he was campaigning for votes in the 2018 election, Doug Ford said that our issues “are close to the hearts of our Ontario PC Caucus” and that: “Too many Ontarians with disabilities still face barriers when they try to get a job, ride public transit, get an education, use our healthcare system, buy goods […]
Low-Income Ontario Families Were Hit Hard by COVID. A McMaster Study Suggests Government Financial Assistance Was Not Enough
May 11, 2021 / by BBG Security / All
By Sebastian BronHamilton Spectator, May 10, 2021 For Dayna Sparkes, budgeting for finances at the end of the month often feels like tiptoeing through a room filled with trip wires. A paid internet bill could mean a default on the hydro bill. A healthy stock of groceries could mean less hand sanitizers or clean masks. […]
Disability Rights Advocate Launches Court Application Against the Ford Government for Violating the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act
May 7, 2021 / by BBG Security / aoda., aodaalliance
He asks the Court to order Ontario’s Minister for Seniors and Accessibility to immediately post on line and otherwise make public the initial recommendations for measures needed to tear down barriers in Ontario’s education system plaguing students with disabilities and in Ontario’s health care system, impeding patients with disabilities, that the Minister received from three […]
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?
April 27, 2021 / by BBG Security / All, aoda.
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
As The Ford Government Back-Pedals and Scrambles to Re-Invent Its Response to the COVID-19 Crisis, Will It Make Public and Fix Its Disability-Discriminatory Critical Care Triage Plans?
April 22, 2021 / by BBG Security / All, aoda.
Read more at https://aoda.ca/as-the-ford-government-back-pedals-and-scrambles-to-re-invent-its-response-to-the-covid-19-crisis-will-it-make-public-and-fix-its-disability-discriminatory-critical-care-triage-plans/
We Publicly Post New Secret Ford Government Directions to Ontario Hospitals on How to Decide Who Lives and Who Dies if Life-Saving Critical Care Must Soon Be Triaged – Serious Human Rights Dangers for Ontarians with Disabilities – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.
January 18, 2021 / by BBG Security / All, aoda.
Compounding this cruel reality, this secret document shows that some patients with disabilities now risk being de-prioritized in access to life-saving critical care that they will disproportionately need if Ontario hospitals, now near the breaking point, cannot provide life-saving critical medical care to all patients needing it.” Read more athttps://aoda.ca/we-publicly-post-new-secret-ford-government-directions-to-ontario-hospitals-on-how-to-decide-who-lives-and-who-dies-if-life-saving-critical-care-must-soon-be-triaged-serious-human-rights-dangers-for/ Related
Hospitals Are Near the Breaking Point, but Only “The Pointer”, a Local Mississauga Online News Publication, Has Reported How the Ford Government Has Announced No Plans to Ensure that Any Triage or Rationing of Life-Saving Medical Care Won?t Discriminate Against Patients with Disabilities – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.
January 11, 2021 / by BBG Security / All, aoda.
To begin our volunteer advocacy for 2021, we wish one and all a happy, healthy, safe and barrier-free new year! Read more athttps://aoda.ca/hospitals-are-near-the-breaking-point-but-only-the-pointer-a-local-mississauga-online-news-publication-has-reported-how-the-ford-government-has-announced-no-plans-to-ensure-that-any-triage-or-r/ Related
US Government Wants To Make Rental Cars More Accessible for Those With Disabilities – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.
January 5, 2021 / by BBG Security / Mobility
NHTSA believes its proposed rule will make life a lot easier for people with disabilities, especially those using a wheelchair. Sean SzymkowskiDec. 29, 2020 Hand controls and dedicated wheelchair transporters could be game changers when renting a vehicle. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Monday proposed a new rule that should make mobility far […]