Accessibility Statement for
the Learning Disability Association
of Halton Hamilton

Accessibility Statement

The Learning Disabilities Association of Halton Hamilton, (Centre for Diverse Learners) supports the full inclusion of persons with disabiities as set out in the Ontario Human Rights Code (the Code) and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA).

We believe in integration and equal opportunity and are committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence.

The Centre for Diverse Learners recognizes the following accessibility standards as applicable to organization:

  • NCustomer Service
  • NInformation and Communications
  • NEmployment
  • NAccessibiity Standards for the Built Environment
  • NEducation (currenty under development)
  • NAccessibility Commitment

The Centre for Diverse Learners is dedicated to ensuring that every employee and customer receives equitable treatment, without discrimination, and receives accommodation where required. The Centre for Diverse Learners will work to meet the accessibility needs of individuals with disabilities in a timely manner. We’re committed to making every reasonable effort to meet the needs of persons with disabilities, provided the accommodations don’t cause the Centre for Diverse Learners undue hardship.

As policies are developed or revised, they will be added to the accessibility segment of this website.

Digital Statement

The Learning Disability Association of Halton-Hamilton (Centre for Diverse Learners) is committed to removing digital barriers and providing accessible information to parents, educators, and students with learning disabilities.

We follow the guidelines of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, (the “AODA”) Information Standards and utilize the required Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (“WCAG 2.0”) to comply with digital specifications.
In addition to the previously mentioned standards, our digital accessibility task force, website users and website accessibility professionals have contributed to our blueprint for digital compliance.

If you do experience an accessibility issue, please know that we are committed to working with you to make a reasonable accommodation in making our services available through a communication method that is accessible to you.

Please be aware that our efforts in digital accessibility are ongoing. If you have specific questions or suggestions regarding the accessibility of our website, please contact us.

Email us at: [email protected]
Phone us at: 905-333-1977
Write to us at: The Learning Disabilities Association of Halton Hamilton, 560 Guelph Line, Burlington, ON, L7R 3M4

We aim to respond to accessibility feedback within 24 hours, and to propose a solution within 48 hours.

Accessible Formats

This document is available in an alternative, accessible format upon request.

Digital Accessibility Statement Approval

This Accessibility Statement is approved by:
Alison Brindle, Centre for Diverse Learners Executive Director
Maureen Pangan, Centre for Diverse Learners Board of Directors
Amna Azhar, Centre for Diverse Learners Communication & Events Coordinator

woman and child with learning disabilities at home colouring at kitchen table

For Parents

For Educators

group of members in organization

For Adults

Lecutre workshop on learning diabilities and ADHD

For Professionals

Group Of Elementary School Pupils Sitting On Floor Listening To Female Teacher Read Story

For Students