Material on this website is available in an alternate format upon request. Please complete the form below for more information or to make a request. For any other questions or concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Form Completion Instructions:1.Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required fields2.Page URL : Enter the URL or title description of the page you require in an alternate format3.Comments: Please let us know what alternate format you want the content in? Please specify if there is specific content on the page you'd like in an alternate format.Thank you for your request. We will get back to you in 5 to 7 working days with your request.
What are Alternate Formats?
These are formats that present printed or electronic documents in different formats in order to ensure everyone has equal access to the information which is required under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA). Persons with disabilities often use adaptive/assistive technology that require an alternate/accessible format so the technology can access the information in a specific manner for the user. This can include people who:•are blind or have low vision•have an intellectual or other cognitive disability•cannot hold publications or turn pages because of a physical disability•have difficulties accessing information on the Internet, or•have difficulties watching or hearing video presentations.
Types of Accessible Formats We Use
E-Text Electronic Text is a general term for any document that is read in digital form, but especially a document that is mainly text. The most common four file types of electronic formats used are: Microsoft Word, Portable Document Format (PDF), PowerPoint, and Excel Spreadsheets.Large Print:Print enlargement on paper, minimum 18 point font size.