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Accessibility Training

Resources

Resources to help your organization meet the training requirements under Section 7 of the Integrated Accessible Standard Regulations (IASR).

Accessibil-IT

Accessibil-IT converts your PDFs into accessible versions for people who have visual or cognitive disabilities.

You can expect to receive services which comply with all professional requirements, including:

  • PDF/UA and WCAG.2.0 compliance
  • Branding and reading order: your document, your design, our accessibility features
  • Compliance with even the tightest security and privacy policies

Aphasia Centre of Ottawa

Provides communication support for people with aphasia. 

Brain Injury Association of Ottawa Valley

Provides “Brain Basics” Training Program for service providers who work with clients who have an acquired brain injury.

Canadian Hearing Society (CHS)

Supports for culturally deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people.

CNIB

Offers digital accessibility consulting services, including accessible design, development and programming, and accessible website audits.

Fetal Alcohol Resource Program

The Fetal Alcohol Resource Program aims to support the large numbers of people affected by this permanent brain injury. Through education and community leadership development the program draws together resources, skills and knowledge that exists in Ottawa and provides community navigation for individuals affected by FASD and their families.

T-Base Communications

T-Base Communications produces braille and large print as options alongside other accessible online offerings such as accessible PDF and web accessibility, because it’s essential that our customers provide their blind, low vision, and print disabled customers with choice. Providing accessible information and equal access to information across all touch points, using all access methods, and in all formats privately and securely ensures customer communications are fully accessible and compliant with legislation.