In 2005, the Government of Ontario, Canada, enacted The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities (AODA) legislation to improve accessibility standards for the citizens of Ontario who have physical and/or mental disabilities. The AODA legislation aims to improve accessibility of goods and services, as well as web-based services, to people with disabilities. The AODA ruling establishes accessible communication and format requirements for people with disabilities while implementing deadlines relative to the size of the institution and sector in which it operates.
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- What is the California Unruh Civil Rights Act?
- How do I ensure that my website is compliant with the California Unruh Act?
- What is CA AB 434?
- How can I ensure compliance with CA AB 434?
- What is the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA)?
- How do I ensure compliance with the ACAA?
- What is the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA)?
- How do I ensure compliance with CVAA?
- How can I ensure compliance with the 21st Century IDEA?
- Who is required to comply with 21st Century IDEA?