In fulfilling our mission, Niagara Parks strives at all times to provide its goods and services in a way that respects the dignity and independence of persons with disabilities. Niagara Parks is committed to giving persons with disabilities the same opportunity or reasonable alternative to access our goods and services and allowing them to benefit from the same or similar services, in the same place and in a similar way as other visitors.
Virtual Public Information Centre on Accessibility
Niagara Parks held a virtual public information centre on Wednesday, December 16th from 6 to 7pm, to provide an overview of the organization’s multi-year accessibility plan. The recorded session is available for viewing below.
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Multi-year Accessibility Plan
During annual public consultation sessions, Niagara Parks presents the progress report on our Multi-Year Accessibility Plan and gathers feedback to assist the in identifying barriers experienced by visitors to Niagara Parks. The latest plan is available in PDF format.
Niagara Parks welcomes feedback in respect to its Multi-Year Accessibility Plan (2018 – 2022). To submit your comments, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Any person with a disability who is accompanied by one support person shall be allowed to enter Niagara Parks’ premises with his or her support person.
Niagara Parks follows AODA requirements and takes reasonable steps to communicate with persons with disabilities in ways that take into account their disability. Niagara Parks staff, volunteers and others dealing with the public on behalf of Niagara Parks are also properly trained in how to communicate with guests with various types of disabilities.
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