About this project
Communication Disabilities Access Canada is one of eight non-profit, disability organizations that have been selected to provide input to the federal government on what should be included in its emerging federal accessibility legislation (FaL).
Working together with people who have communication disabilities, family members, speech-language pathologists and augmentative communication clinicians, we surveyed Canadians about the accessibility requirements of people who have speech, language and communication disabilities.
Over 2,000 people responded to this survey.
Click here to read the report CDAC submitted to the Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities.
What Accessibility means for People with Speech, Language and Communication Disabilities