This policy is intended to meet the requirements of the Integrated Accessibility Standards Ontario Regulations for the employment standard under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. The AODA is an Ontario Law mandating that organizations must follow standards to become more accessible to people with disabilities. The goal of the province is to be fully accessible by 2025. All levels of government, private sectors and non-profits must comply with this regulation. This policy applies to all staff, volunteers and students. This policy and procedure will be reviewed and signed off by all staff, volunteers and students prior to commencing employment or returning to work, at any time when a change is made and annually.
AODA Multi-Year Accessibility Plan
The Multi-Year Accessibility Plan outlines the Jubilee Heritage Family Resources’s strategy.
Jubilee Heritage Family Resources [JHFR] is committed to ensuring that best practices and extreme preventative measures are put into place and will follow the direction of Public Health and Sudbury Districts, the City of Greater Sudbury and the Province to do this in the safest way possible while opening the maximum spaces within the limitations of the remaining COVID-19 restrictions.
JHFR will ensure that all sites meet all requirements set out in the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014, and strictly adhere to all Provincial and Municipal requirements and the advice of Public Health Sudbury and District, understanding that these requirements are constantly being updated.