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Accessibility

Statement of Commitment to Accessibility

All people have the right to participate fully in their community. St.Amant commits to:

  • Be fully accessible for the people we support, their families and teams, and our staff;
  • Be a leader in Manitoba for accessibility;
  • Share our knowledge and skills; and
  • Stand up for all people’s rights.

As a non-profit organization, St.Amant is not required to develop an Accessibility Plan. Because accessibility is an expression of St.Amant’s core values, St.Amant chose to develop one. St.Amant has also committed to meeting the Accessibility Standards according to the public sector timeline instead of the later timeline for non-profit organizations.

Please email jrodrigue@stamant.ca with your feedback on how St.Amant can achieve full accessibility.

St.Amant Accessibility Plan 2022-2023 (PDF)

St.Amant Accessibility Plan 2022-2023 (WORD) 

The Accessibility for Manitobans Act: Customer Service Standard (PDF)

The Accessibility for Manitobans Act: Customer Service Standard (WORD)

St.Amant Accessibility Policies

Accessibility Feedback Process (PDF)
Accessibility Feedback Process (Word)

Accessibility of Public Events (PDF)
Accessibility of Public Events (Word)

Accessible Built Environment (PDF)
Accessible Built Environment (Word)

Accessible Communications (PDF)
Accessible Communications (Word)

Support Persons for People Disabled by Barrier (PDF)
Support Persons for People Disabled by Barrier (Word)

Use of Assistive Devices (PDF)
Use of Assistive Devices (Word)

Access for Persons with Service Animals (PDF)
Access for Persons with Service Animals (Word)

Accessible Customer Service (PDF)
Accessible Customer Service (Word)

Accessible Employment (PDF)
Accessible Employment (Word)

The AMA, passed unanimously in 2013, has the goal of significantly increasing accessibility in Manitoba by 2023. The AMA provides a framework for the identification, removal, and prevention of barriers to accessibility. It applies to all public, private and non-profit organizations in Manitoba that have more than one employee and provide a good or service. All public sector organizations are required to develop accessibility plans and to make them public. Compliance with the AMA will be guided by five accessibility standards. The standards relate to Customer Service, Employment, Information and Communication, Transportation and Design, and Construction. Public sector organizations are required to comply with the standards more quickly than private or non-profit organizations. For more information on the AMA and Accessibility Standards, please see accessibilitymb.ca.