Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the IDRC

Accessibility and inclusion are rights to be protected. They are also catalysts for new ideas and innovation that can lead to better design and more profitable business strategies.

The IDRC is an international centre of expertise on the inclusive design of information and communication technology. Learn more about the IDRC. We recognize that governments, businesses and other organizations may require training and resources to ensure that their information and communications systems meet the AODA Integrated Accessibility Regulation. In response, the IDRC provides the following accessibility training, software and resources.

What is AODA?

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is legislation that requires the province of Ontario to develop, implement, and uphold accessibility standards for persons with disabilities in the areas of: