[community] Looking for an Accessibility Consultant - Built Environment

Mitchell, Jess jmitchell at ocadu.ca
Mon Jul 9 14:09:16 UTC 2018


You might check with the Older Women’s Network in Toronto. They held a summit of sorts about ‘aging in place’ about a year or so ago. It was attended by contractors, builders, architects, etc. who were all working to make buildings more inclusive. They may be able to point you to a good resource and they may have some input for the women’s shelter too!

Their general email: info at olderwomensnetwork.org
and website: http://olderwomensnetwork.org

Jess Mitchell
(GMT - 4:00)
Senior Manager, R&D + Design
OCAD University, Toronto
Inclusive Design Research Centre
jmitchell at ocadu.ca
skype: jesshmitchell

> On Jul 7, 2018, at 12:58 PM, Barbara Anne Jackson <bj13oi at student.ocadu.ca> wrote:
> I am looking for someone or a company that can perform accessibility evaluation and report for a not for profit women's shelter in downtown Toronto. They are doing renovations and want to get a report on their buildings, so they can include accessibility in their designs and budgets for renovations.
> Thanks
> Anne
> 416 320 6460
> PhD Student
> Critical Disability Studies, York University
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