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Ministries: Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility

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  • on00490
    Seniors Community Grant Program Guidelines

    This form provides information, direction, and guidance to non-profit organizations interested in applying to the Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility's Seniors Community Grant Program. The Government of Ontario is committed to addressing social isolation and helping older adults stay healthy, safe, and active in their communities through this important grant program.
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    Accessibility Compliance Reporting Form – 2024 (Ontario Public Service and Ontario Legislative Assembly organizations)

    Ontario Public Service and Ontario Legislative Assembly organizations obligated to report their compliance under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005 must complete and submit this form.
  • 009-0063
    Organization Profile Update Form (All Organizations)

    Organizations obligated to report their compliance under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005 should complete and submit this form to update the organizational profile and contact information the government uses to track AODA compliance.
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    Accessibility Compliance Reporting Form – 2023 (Business or Non-profit and Designated Public Sector organizations)

    Business or Non-profit and Designated Public Sector organizations obligated to report their compliance under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005 must complete and submit this form.
  • on00593
    2024-25 Seniors Active Living Centres Program Guidelines

    This document provides information and instructions to help support anyone who manages Seniors Active Living Centre funding, including the three main administrative components of the program: requesting and managing funding, program delivery, and reporting back to the Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility.
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    2023-24 Seniors Active Living Centres Program Expansion Call-For-Proposals Guidelines

    Senior Active Living Centre (SALC) programs promote wellness, social interaction, and education to help seniors stay active, independent, and engaged. Ontario will be expanding the SALC Program in 2023-24 and inviting organizations to submit proposals to launch a new SALC program, in a municipality that does not already have an existing SALC program and has a demonstrated need. The deadline has been extended. You must submit your application by August 3, 2023, at 5 p.m. EST.
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    The EnAbling Change Program Guidelines 2023-24

    The EnAbling Change Program Guidelines are a public resource to support organizations that are interested in applying for funding through the EnAbling Change Program 2023-2024.
  • on00336
    Transportation Standards Reference Guide

    The Transportation Standards Reference Guide provides information about accessibility requirements from the Transportation Standards that apply to designated public sector transportation organizations who offer conventional or specialized transportation services, according to sections 34 to 62 and section 78 of Regulation 191/11 under the AODA.
  • on00031
    Accessible Recruitment Process

    The Accessible Recruitment Process form provides information to help organizations meet the needs of employees and job applicants with disabilities, and comply with sections 22 to 24 of Regulation 191/11 under the AODA.
  • on00032
    Providing Accessible Emergency Information to Staff

    The guide Providing Accessible Emergency Information to Staff provide employers with resources that can be used to develop individualized workplace emergency response information for employees with disabilities, as required by the Employment Standards under the AODA.
  • on00335
    Design of Public Spaces Standards (DOPS) Reference Guide

    The DOPS Reference Guide provides an overview of the scope, applicability and specific requirements of DOPS in order to help organizations understand and comply with sections 80.1 to 80.44 of Regulation 191/11 under the AODA.
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    2023-24 Seniors Active Living Centres Program Guidelines

    This document provides information and instructions to help support anyone who manages Seniors Active Living Centre funding, including the three main administrative components of the program: requesting and managing funding, program delivery, and reporting back to the Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility.
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    Sample Accommodation Process and Plan

    This document was adapted from the Conference Board's Employers' Toolkit: Making Ontario Workplaces Accessible to People with Disabilities, 2nd Edition, is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice or an opinion on any issue. You should not act or refrain from acting on the basis of any content included in these documents without seeking legal or other professional advice.
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    Sample Return to Work Process and Plan

    This document was adapted from the Conference Board's Employers' Toolkit: Making Ontario Workplaces Accessible to People with Disabilities, 2nd Edition, is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice or an opinion on any issue. You should not act or refrain from acting on the basis of any content included in these documents without seeking legal or other professional advice.
  • on00519
    2023-24 Inclusive Community Grants Program Guidelines

    The Inclusive Community Grants (ICG) Program supports local governments, community organizations, and Indigenous groups in considering Ontarians of all ages and abilities during the different stages of community planning and development projects. Through the ICG Program, eligible organizations can receive maximum funding of up to $60,000. This application form must be used by organizations applying to the 2023-24 Inclusive Community Grants Program.
  • on00090
    Accessibility Policy Sample

    To provide a sample template of what should be included in an accessibility policy.
  • on00125
    Accessibility Standards Checklist

    This is a self-assessment tool that will allow your organization to identify the requirements that apply to your organization under the following sections of the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR, O. Reg 191/11 to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA): General, Customer Service Standards, Information and Communications Standards, and Employment Standards
  • on00091
    Sample Multi-year Plan Template

    To provide guidance and a template to the regulated community for a multi-year accessibility plan, a requirement under Regulation 191/11.
  • on00119
    Accessible Educational and Training Resources and Materials Checklist

    Provides guidance to school boards, libraries, training institutions (private and public) on their requirements related to providing accessible training resources, books, etc.
  • on00092
    Accessibility Training Requirements Checklist

    To provide guidance to the regulated community on the accessibility training requirements outlined by Regulation 191/11.