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Accessibility

We are committed to achieving an accessible organization by identifying, removing and preventing barriers to accessibility. Our goal is to help achieve our Mission to help you live fully, every day by promoting a caring, inclusive and respectful environment where our programs, goods, services and facilities are accessible to individuals living with disabilities. We are continually improving accessibility within our organization by ensuring that measures are implemented as a part of our commitment to comply with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act, 2005 (AODA).


Please take a moment to read more about how we are working towards accessibility for all individuals.

  
We welcome your feedback.
In addition to using the Accessibility Feedback Form below, you may also submit your feedback about accessibility, using any one of the following methods:

  • By e-mail: accessibility@siennaliving.ca

  • By phone: 1-866-959-4848

  • By mail: Sienna Senior Living
                   302 Town Centre Blvd., Suite 300
                   Markham, ON   L3R 0E8
     


I would like to receive a response from the organization on accessibility issues.

 

If you require a response to your comments, please provide contact information below.





Information and Communications 

Please provide as much detail as possible on the nature and location of the information and/or communication barrier experienced.
Examples: 

  • Website inaccessible

  • Text too small in publication

  • Poor colour contrast on signage

  • Information not available in accessible and/or alternate format

Details of information and communication barriers

Physical Accessibility

Please provide as much detail as possible on the nature and location of physical barrier(s) experienced.
Details of physical barriers

Service Provision 

Please comment on your experience with the services provided with regards to accessibility.
Details of Service Experiences


Thank you for sharing your feedback to identify areas where changes need to be considered and ways in which we can improve accessibility standards across the organization.