Public institutions should be encouraged to hire people with disabilities, particularly autistic adults who are able to work. They have a lot to offer if given the chance to do so.
For far too long, the majority of Canadians have been absent from politics and there is no exception within Ontario. There are many reasons Canadians have shown disinterest in politics. Some feel that there opinion doesn't mean anything in the political world. They feel that whether they make their opinions heard or not, it will have no affect in regards to governmental decisions. Others are so fed up with the system ...more »
Commit to announce, implement, and publicly report on a multi-year plan for implementing the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) to ensure we reach full accessibility by 2025. Immediately start developing new accessibility standards in education, health care, and residential housing. Report annual on the detailed plans and enforcement.
Announce and enforce a strategy to ensure that no public money is ever used to create or perpetuate barriers for people with disabilities (such as public funding for buildings that are inaccessible).
Commit to getting back on schedule for full accessibility by 2025.