The Accessibility for
Ontarians with Disabilities Act

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) was established in 2005. The goal of the act is to make workplaces and communities more accessible for people with a wide range of disabilities.

ILAC is committed to creating a community that is inclusive of all persons and respects the dignity, independence, integration and equality of opportunity for people with disabilities.

ILAC has a dedicated committee to address accessibility issues on an ongoing basis. This committee is responsible for reviewing and implementing policies and procedures on campus in order to identify, remove and prevent barriers for people with disabilities.

On-Campus Accessibility

ILAC facilitates equal access for eligible students with disabilities by coordinating reasonable academic accommodations and support services. Accommodation plans and services are determined based on documentation provided and program specific requirements. Emphasis is placed on students’ ability and independence to empower them to realize their academic potential and personal success.

For more information on student accessibility and accommodation, please contact Itai Shenker, VP of Operations

Digital Accessibility

ILAC is committed to making its websites accessible in order to enhance usability for everyone, and improve the user experience for people with disabilities. Upon request, ILAC will create digital content in an accessible format and provide additional support in person, over the phone or via Zoom.

For questions and feedback about the accessibility of content on the website, including alternate-format requests, please contact Isabella Vivares, Head of Marketing and Design

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