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Integrated Accessibility

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1) THE AODA (ACCESSIBILITY FOR ONTARIANS DISABILITY ACT) AIMS TO BREAK DOWN THE BARRIERS THAT PREVENT OR LIMIT INDIVIDUALS FROM PARTICIPATING IN ACTIVITIES WITH RESPECT TO:
2) WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SHOULD YOU NOT DO WHEN PROVIDING SERVICE TO A PERSON IN A WHEELCHAIR?
3) YOU ARE APPROACHED BY A DEAF PERSON WHO HAS A SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER WITH THEM. YOU SHOULD DIRECT YOUR ATTENTION TO:
4) You encounter a blind person with a guide dog in your conservation area. It is OK to approach and pet the dog.

 
5) A person with a disability brings a guide dog (service animal) into your park. You notice that the dog does not have a leash. It is running around and jumping up on customers. You should:
6) A person with a speech disability begins a conversation with you at work. The person is stuttering but you know what they are going to say. You should:
7) A customer with a visual disability cannot see our conservation Area brochure. We will provide a large print or electronic brochure upon request. True or False?
8) Which of the following are parts of your role at work?
9) It is estimated that by 2025, what proportion of people in Ontario will have some type of disability?
10) What is Accessible Customer Service?
11) Temporary disabilities could include requiring crutches to walk or having your arm in a sling after an accident.
12) Which of the following are examples of accessible design of public spaces?
13) The HCA's Customer Service Policy Statement includes:

"The HCA is committed to providing accessible customer service to people with disabilities."
14) A washroom stall, which is designed to assist customers with certain disabilities, will be closed for a few days for maintenance. What information should be provided on a notice?

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