When you consider that 1 in 5 Canadians are directly affected by a disability, then the Accessibility Act affects 20% of the population. And if each of those people have just 1 family member and 1 friend who support them, then that makes 1 in 3 Canadians who are affected. Then if you add the aging population and parents with young children, the real question becomes, who isn’t affected by Accessibility?
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Canada’s new Accessibility Act is a game changer for organizations and entrepreneurs who are ready to develop new accessibility act focused services or products or primed to promote those which they have already created or implemented.
The Act sets out new requirements that will generate a flood of needs in the Canadian marketplace for innovative new solutions that will help organizations in all sectors comply with the new standards.
Companies, Departments and Organizations need to gain insights on how to develop accessible products and services, to finding service providers who can assist them to transform their entire workplaces, spaces and places into accessible environments for people living with disabilities.
The Act will create a need for change in all Product Life Cycle stages, metrics and characteristics. The Act will also drive changes in how employees are recruited, trained, retained and engaged.
Our team at AccessibiliTV are experts on the new nationwide Accessibility Act. We are also comprised of top talent in communications and marketing. Our passion is to help entrepreneurs and organizations succeed by providing them with new solutions that will fuel their success.

The framework for digital engagement around the accessibility act.
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Accessibility TV is about the Innovation of Accessibility issues for people with disabilities. Since the Royal Ascension of Bill C-81, the world has changed for people with Disabilities and Invisible Disabilities and the challenges they face for access on a daily basis. Stay tuned for everything Access related, coming to AccessibiliTV. #AccessibleCanada, #AccessibleCanadaAct

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