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AODA Website Compliance Audit

AODA Website Accessibility Audit

In addition to the regulatory audits which will become part of the process of ensuring that owners and operators are complying with the WCAG 2.0 and 2.1 guidelines which were put in place to ensure equal accessibility for everyone to websites under the AODA, there may also be other times in which an independent, third party inspection or audit may need to be done.

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Come January 1, 2021:

all public websites must meet WCAG 2.0 Level AA standards.

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Reasons for an Accessibility Website Audit

It could be anything from potential investors wanting to be sure that they aren’t going to have to incur large expenses updating or modernizing various aspects of the business. It also may be that you want to make sure that your website is in compliance before having to deal with any regulatory issues. Or just as an added tool to assist with the web development process.

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3rd Party Accessibility Audits

Regardless of the specific reason, please feel free to contact us if you find yourself in need of an independent audit. We will be glad to assist you as we have the contact information of a number of qualified and experienced accessibility auditors.

Another benefit to having an audit performed, in addition to the fact that your website will become more available and accessible to more people, is that it can also inform you of other things which you could do to even go beyond the requirements of the AODA and move ahead to a later milestone point of the Act.

By updating your website to meet guidelines prior to their deadlines, you will gain not only more exposure for working harder to achieve greater inclusion for your visitors, but you may also qualify for certain incentives which are only available for exceeding regulatory standards.

AODA Website Accessibility Audit

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Let us show you the path to website accessibility. Get a preliminary audit to identify areas of improvement.