Plan to Protect® is a reputable organization out of Ontario, Canada whose priority is abuse prevention and vulnerable sector protection. Many churches and other organizations across North America have come to use their policies and procedures in the interest of supporting and protecting children and vulnerable persons, including people with disabilities.
On Saturday, December 3rd (9:30 am – 10:30 am) or Thursday, December 8th (7:00 pm-8:00 pm), Plan to Protect® will be offering an Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) training for $30 per Organization (free for members). While this training is primarily geared for churches and other organizations in Ontario that fall under the AODA, valuable tips would be shared that will be useful for anyone looking to welcome people with disabilities into community.
Did you know that if you are an employer in Ontario and have at least one employee, you must complete 4 requirements of the Accessible Employment Standard in your workplace by January 1, 2017 in the areas of hiring, workplace information, performance management and accessibility policies?
Sarah Chaudhery will be presenting this training. She recently facilitated a similar training as a workshop at the Life to the Full Conference in Niagara Falls that participants found valuable and informative.
Sarah Chaudhery, M.Sc. (O.T.) is a registered occupational therapist with a passion for helping people of all abilities excel in everyday activities. She is committed to helping organizations ensure they never have to turn people with different abilities away because of lack of supportive programming, training or facilities.