Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is what guides web developer and technical coders to create a website that complies with this law. These standards were developed by committees with representation from different sectors, including people from the disability community. Written into the AODA is a time frame within which government, public-sector groups and organizations of different sizes must comply with the accessibility standards. The Ontario government’s goal is for the province to become completely accessible by 2025.
By law, you must make any new and significantly refreshed public website an AODA compliant website if you are: