“What you need to Know: Critical Care During the Pandemic and Ontario’s Triage Protocol” – Webinar Recording and Action Tools
Moderated by ARCH’s Executive Director, Robert Lattanzio, Mariam Shanouda, an ARCH Disability Law Centre lawyer and David Lepofsky of AODA Alliance presented at the Ontario Triage Protocol Webinar held on April 20th. Serious concerns about Ontario`s triage protocol have been raised by disability advocates and organizations. The current protocol discriminates against people with disabilities and violates their rights.
Link to the webinar with ASL and captioning (select CC): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfODSoW6lxE
ARCH’s COVID-19 Triage Protocol Fact Sheets:
Share your concerns with our one-click writing tool: http://bit.ly/clo-otp
Share key messages on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3gsdNON
Share key messages on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3vbbZhk
Legal Advice on this issue:
Persons with disabilities living in Ontario can call ARCH for free summary legal advice on these issues. Our contact details: https://archdisabilitylaw.ca/contact/
We wish to thank our partner organizations for their support and involvement in this important matter – Community Living Ontario, Centre for Independent Living in Toronto, AODA Alliance, Canadian Down Syndrome Society, Citizens with Disabilities – Ontario, Disability Law Intensive Program – Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Lupus Canada, Muscular Dystrophy Canada and and Mary and Philip Seeman Health Law, Policy & Ethics Seminar Series, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto.