Accessibility Employment Services for Ontarians with Disabilities

Looking For A Job?Searching For Talent?

We Build Lasting Relationships
Between Candidates
& Businesses

We are a not for profit organization focused on accessibility and inclusion. We support persons with disabilities in finding their future by connecting them with opportunities in employment, education or training. We also support employers by auditing their accessibility awareness and educating them on how to be more accessible.

We offer personalized services for anyone who is in receipt of ODSP and is looking for work. We can assist you to find full or part time employment. Please contact us to find out how to get started.

What We Do

Career Counselling

Our counselors are committed to helping those with disabilities to find a job through accessibility training, resume feedback, as well as employer connections.

Connect employers to talent

Pre-screening of candidates to ensure a successful job match. Hiring incentives to employers to offset the initial training costs of hiring a new employee.

Pre-Employment Training

Pre-Employment Training programs for candidates to prepare them with starting and retaining a new job or career.

Professional accessibility Training

Accommodation and Accessibility Related Assessments for businesses.

Top workshops

Resume & Cover letter

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Disability Disclosure

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Job Search Strategies

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Blog

Reconciling with Indigenous Communities – Where to Start

Reconciling with Indigenous Communities – Where to Start

On Thursday, May 27, we learned of the horrific discovery of preliminary findings from a survey of the grounds at the former Kamloops “Indian” Residential School that uncovered the remains of 215 children buried at the site. We collectively held our breaths, impacted...

The Benefits of Hiring Deaf or Hard of Hearing Individuals

The Benefits of Hiring Deaf or Hard of Hearing Individuals

As we all know, diversity is important in the workplace. Employers need to consider hiring people with disabilities. Yes, employers will probably have to make some accommodations for employees to thrive in the workplace, but the benefits outweigh the accommodation...

Terminology in the Deaf Community

Terminology in the Deaf Community

 Hard of Hearing or Deaf? Proper Terminology for Employers As kids, we’re told to let hurtful comments run off our backs. Today, the phrase “Haters gonna hate” is prominent on social media. Take this old childhood rhyme you surely heard on the playground: Sticks and...

Mississauga Office

10 Kingsbridge Garden Circle, Suite 403

Brampton Office

7700 Hurontario St, Suite 313

Orangeville Office

210 Broadway, Unit 105

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    1-866-969-9734