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What does accessibility mean to you?

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While you wait for the conference, please consider filling in the form below.

If you require any assistance completing this form, please call our team at:

416-597-3422 x 3357, or, email us at engineeringhealth@uhn.ca.

The Idea: Through conversations with many of you, one of the key lessons our team is learning is that accessibility looks different for different people. In other words, what is accessible for one person may not meet the needs of someone else.

The Problem: Many of us have a limited understanding of what accessibility means.


The Goal: To create a book that will help readers broaden our collective understanding of what accessibility means by collecting stories and examples from you. We plan to organize your submissions in an A-to-Z book that will be published after our conference ends.

Do you have a story or example to share that you would like to contribute?

We invite you to fill out the form below! Feel free to include a letter that you feel your submission should be listed with.


For example, for some an accessible washroom requires a mechanical lift, an adult-size change table and enough space for an attendant to support changing. This example might be listed under C for Changing or W for washroom in our A-to-Z book.

If you want your name to be included in the list of contributors of this book, please leave your name and email address in the fields below.

Thank you for sharing your thoughts!