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Help make Ontario courts accessible for people with disabilities

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The Ontario Courts Accessibility Committee is currently conducting a survey with the aim to make courthouses in the province more accessible to those with disabilities.

If you have relevant experience, please consider taking the survey!

The following language is taken from the survey:

If you have a disability and have used an Ontario courthouse, we ask that you take this short survey. We’d also like to hear from others who want to comment on the courthouse experience of a person with a disability, such as family members, support workers, lawyers and paralegals or judicial officials. This survey is offered by the Ontario Courts Accessibility Committee, which gives advice on improving accessibility for people with disabilities in Ontario courts. We hope to learn about any barriers people with disabilities have faced in using an Ontario courthouse or court process. We’d also like to learn about any accessibility features, services or accommodations that were provided and were helpful to people with disabilities. We will use this information to help improve services to people with disabilities across Ontario in the future.

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