#a11yIRL, or Accessibility in Real Life Toronto focuses specifically on the built environment. #a11yIRL builds knowledge, networks, and the community around people building Accessibility In Real Life.
What is “IRL”?
Here are some examples of accessibility “in real life”:
- Inclusion and representation
- Universal design and inclusive design
- Conducting accessible meetings and consultations
- Planning communities
- Accessibility as part of sustainability, resilience, and green initiatives
- Anticipating the needs of the ageing population
- The impact of the Accessible Canada Act.
... and more.