Ensure your organization complies with the AODA’s digital accessibility requirements
Download this guide to learn about:
- The history and purpose of the AODA
- Specific compliance requirements for websites, apps, and other digital products within the AODA
- The penalties for failing to comply with the AODA
- Actions your organization can take to meet the AODA’s digital accessibility requirements
What types of digital technology need to be accessible to comply with the AODA?
The AODA mandates that Ontario-based public and private sector organizations with 50 or more employees make their websites and web content, including mobile apps, accessible to all people. As a standard for accessibility, the AODA adopts the Web Content Accessibility Guideline (WCAG), which outlines specific criteria for ensuring that online experiences are perceivable, operable, usable, and robust. To learn more about the AODA’s regulations for digital technology, and how your organization can meet them, request our complete guide.