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AODA Compliance Checker and Accessibility Plans

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) requires the websites of private businesses and nonprofit organizations with 50 or more employees, and public sector organizations, to be accessible according to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) standards.

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AODA compliance standards require WCAG compliance because WCAG is internationally-recognized as the best way to achieve accessibility for all websites and web content.

While AODA requirements for websites are new, website accessibility through WCAG compliance is not. We’ve helped thousands of organizations achieve, maintain, and prove compliance for almost 20 years, and we look forward to helping you.

Ongoing AODA compliance testing is needed

When selecting an accessibility partner to help with your accessibility needs, make sure to ask whether they provide full manual and automated testing, and whether they include individuals with disabilities in their testing process.

Relying on automated testing alone, for example, will leave your site at risk as most accessibility barriers will go undetected. That's why our four-point hybrid testing combines the best of human and artificial intelligence to bring websites into full accessibility compliance.

As your organization prepares to deliver on required accessibility planning, submit its Accessibility Compliance Report, and maintain accessibility to stay in compliance, please contact us if we can help you understand your obligations or create a customized accessibility compliance strategy.

Not sure where to start?

Start with a free analysis of your website's accessibility.