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Communication Access Now

Over 440,000 Canadians have disabilities that affect their speech and / or their ability to understand what someone else is saying.


Like everyone, people with communication disabilities have a legal right to equal access to goods and services.

For that to happen, effective communication is essential.

Businesses, organizations and essential services in Canada are legally obliged to make their services fully accessible for people who have communication disabilities.

June 2013 – Oct. 2015:

Communication Disabilities Access Canada (CDAC) is pleased to announce a 2.5-year national project to promote communication accessibility for people who have speech and language disabilities.

This project is funded by the Government of Canada’s Disability Component of the Social Development Partnerships Program and will provide education and resources about making goods and services accessible for this population.
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