Accessibility and Aging Well Consultant at AIM for Inclusion
Mary has over 20 years of experience researching, writing, training, and providing project management. She has worked extensively in government, private sector, academic, and non-profit fields. Her recent work is focused on raising awareness of issues related to people with disabilities and older adults.
Mary works to ensure that information is accessible and to help others meet AODA standards, remove barriers, and create a culture of inclusion. She values lifelong learning and encourages participation and information sharing in her informative and engaging workshops. Services include:
ACCESSIBILITY AND INCLUSION AWARENESS
- to help increase awareness through customized workshops for schools, businesses, boards, and other organizations
- to increase awareness of AODA requirements and improve customer service for people with disabilities
PLAIN LANGUAGE EDITING AND TRAINING
- to help make your writing clear, concise, and accessible for all audiences
- to ensure that your organization has effective policies, procedures, and other documents required for compliance with AODA customer service and information and communication standards.
* International Association of Accessibility Professionals, Member
* Age-Friendly Business, Certified Professional Consultant on Aging
* American Society on Aging, Member
* Ryerson University, AODA Curriculum and External Advisory Committee; Mohawk College, Accessible Media Production Program Advisory Committee, former Member
* University of Guelph Accessibility Conference; Ryerson University School of Disability Studies, guest presenter