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AODA Compliance Checklist

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) sets strict standards when it comes to the accessibility of websites and web applications, with deadlines and penalties for non-compliance.

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So how do you know if the AODA applies to you and whether your website and web content meet these standards?

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In this interactive readiness guide, we offer:

  • icon Deadlines and timelines: what’s required and by when to avoid significant financial penalties
  • icon Testing recommendations: a best-practice approach to comprehensive digital accessibility testing
  • icon WCAG checklist: a list of the required success criteria to help evaluate how many boxes your website checks

To comply with the “website and web content” section of the AODA, all internet websites and web content must be accessible for individuals with disabilities. This includes any information found on a web page or web application, including text, images, forms, and sounds.

Where do you begin when it comes to AODA compliance? This interactive readiness guide, with an accompanying checklist, will help get you started.

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