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Help set the accessibility priorities for St.Amant

Help set the accessibility priorities for St.Amant

St.Amant’s Accessibility Planning Committee is working on the organization’s Accessibility Plan for 2020-2022. They need your help to set the accessibility priorities for St.Amant. The goal is to improve accessibility by removing barriers for people.

With everyone’s feedback, they will identify the top 10 barriers to focus on over the next two years. The committee will use the following criteria when setting priorities: the impact of removing the barrier, cost, and risk/safety implications. 

The short three-question survey can be completed online or by via a paper version (printed double-sided). It is open to everyone, they want to hear from as many people connected to St.Amant as possible. People supported and their family/friends, staff, volunteers, and friends of St.Amant.

Please complete the survey by July 20, 2020. Completed paper surveys can be returned to the Secondary Building’s second floor reception desk.

ONLINE https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/StAAPS20

PDF Survey

WORD Survey

St.Amant’s 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.
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