Accessibility is about giving people of all abilities opportunities to participate fully in everyday life.
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) became law on June 13, 2005. Its goal is to ensure that all Ontarians have fair and equitable access to programs and services, and to improve opportunities for persons with disabilities.
Family Services of Peel is compliant with the following AODA standards:
- Customer Service
- Information and Communication
Please review Family Services of Peel’s AODA Customer Service Policy.
Learn more about the the Accessibility Laws Ontario has in place to improve accessibility for people with disabilities.
The Developmental Services (DS) Compliance Inspection is a systemic review process committed to a consistent and proactive approach to identify, monitor, and manage compliance with legislation, regulation and policy directives of all MCSS-funded services and supports for adults with developmental disabilities. The primary purpose of the inspection is to provide consistent expectations and to ensure high quality standards of care and safety for all adults with developmental disabilities.
The agency was found to be in compliance at the time of the inspection with Ontario Regulation 299/10 Quality Assurance Measures and the Policy Directives for Service Agencies. Please read our Agency’s Letter of Compliance from the Ministry of Community and Social Services.
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