AODA Website Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act

AODA webpage is a new requirement for Ontario  websites it came into effect on January 1st, 2021.  This law mainly applies to large organizations, however there is some minor expectations for small business websites to be compliant.

AODA Website The Ontario Requirment

Under the new information and communications standards, companies must make their website, or apps accessible to people with disabilities by following and being compliant with the WCAG 2.0. This must meet at least a level A for public sector small businesses and Level AA for private sector organizations.

Exceptions

There are some exceptions to these requirements to find out more about the exceptions to this requirement and see if you meet them you can view the AODA here.

How We Help with AODA

AODA Website how can we help you achieve with your project. Well it is simple we make sure there is basic level requirements in all the websites and web apps we build and service. Need level AA? No problem we can add more requirements if you need them based on the size of your business. Do you have a website already and not sure if it meets the requirements? We can check for you and help you meet the requirements if you don’t.

AODA Website Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act

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