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Healthcare Workers with Disabilities

Currently, the AODA does not have a healthcare standard. A committee is making recommendations about what a healthcare standard should include. In the meantime, however, there are still AODA requirements for healthcare providers to follow. The Employment Standards have regulations that apply to healthcare providers. When providers follow these requirements, they make the medical professions more accessible to healthcare workers with disabilities. For instance, employment standards in healthcare apply to:


Stronger Transportation Standards in Healthcare are Needed

Our last article explored how transportation standards in healthcare make medical services accessible to some patients, workers, and visitors with disabilities. In this article, we discuss how stronger transportation standards in healthcare are needed to make medical settings accessible for patients using specialized transportation.


Healthcare Transportation Services: Making Medical Services Accessible

Currently, the AODA does not have a healthcare standard. A committee is making recommendations about what a healthcare standard should include. In the meantime, however, there are still AODA requirements for healthcare providers to follow. The Transportation Standards have regulations that apply to healthcare providers. Healthcare transportation services make medical services more accessible to patients, workers, and visitors with disabilities.


Accessible Healthcare Websites

Currently, the AODA does not have a healthcare standard. A committee is making recommendations about what a healthcare standard should include. One issue that a healthcare standard should address is access to information. Healthcare providers should be required to make all information available to all patients. One way for providers to do so could be by posting information on accessible healthcare websites. 


Online Healthcare Information: Providing Accessibility Awareness

Our last article explored how various healthcare providers can make more information available online. This article will cover how healthcare providers can use their websites to make patients and visitors with disabilities aware of the accessible services they have. Providers need to be more conscious of accessibility when providing online healthcare information.