- Aug142019 CNIB and ARCH present: Serving Clients with Disabilities & Advocating for an Accessible Ontario Continuing Professional Development lecture and group discussions with practical scenarios. This program is accredited by the Law Society of Ontario...
- Jul182019 Case Summary and analysis: Recent Divisional Court case in Ontario affirms the contextual approach in Ontario for accommodating addictions disabilities in the workplace Divisional Court confirms that a contextual, human rights analysis is required where a person with an addictions disability is terminated...
- Jun282019 Accessible Practice: Meaningfully Accessing Administrative Boards and Tribunals Practice tips to secure accommodations clients need and ensure that they can participate in the administrative process in a meaningful...
- Jun192019 Call for Participants! Call for participants in a focus group aimed at better understanding how women who are Deaf and/or have a disability...
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We are committed to making the ARCH website accessible to all users regardless of their ability or the technology they use.
To increase accessibility, we redesigned the ARCH website, changed the navigation and built in several access features that were not available previously. Although in this process we followed the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, aiming to comply at least with the priority 2 level for all HTML pages, we are aware that some of our visitors who use assistive technologies might find it difficult to access information especially when downloading PDF files.
If you use an assistive technology and have difficulty accessing website content please contact ARCH’s webmaster at email@example.com and let us know:
- The nature of your accessibility problem
- The location of the HTML page that you could not access (web page address available in the “address bar” in your web browser)
- Your email address or other contact information
We will contact you to find out if we can provide you the information in another format.
Building an accessible website is an ongoing process and we welcome comments on how to improve our site’s accessibility for visitors using assistive technologies.
If you notice any serious accessibility problems, please contact the webmaster and we will make a reasonable attempt to correct it.