Accommodating people with disabilities
If this is not addressed, patients are at higher risk of readmission.
Physical accessibility, like ramps and elevators, help everyone, including parents with strollers.
You can find overall accessibility requirements for buildings, including residential complexes, in Ontario’s . barrier-free washrooms, automatic power door operators, visual fire alarms, etc.) apply to most new construction and extensive renovations only.
Under Ontario’s , residents may make accommodation requests.
The Accessibility for Ontarians With Disabilities Act (AODA) aims to remove barriers for people with disabilities.In the past two decades, the federal government and many state governments have passed laws that give people with disabilities this opportunity.