CMHA Lambton Kent is committed to ensuring all clients and visitors have equal access to the services we provide. Listed below are all our Accessibility Policies and Procedures. Should you require the document in another form or have any questions, please contact us at 519-337-5411.
Accessibility for Clients with Disabilities Policy
Communicating with People with Disabilities Policy
Notice of Disruptions in Service Procedure
Support Persons Policy
Use of Service Animals Policy
Client Feedback Form
CMHA Lambton Kent has taken the following steps to respond to the needs of an accessible community:
- Accessible Customer Service training for all CMHA Lambton Kent employees, students, volunteers and contractors.
- A feedback process that allows persons with disabilities to provide input on how we have or have not met the needs of persons with disabilities; and
- A multi-year accessibility plan to be implemented by January 1, 2014 that describes how CMHA Lambton Kent will meet accessibility standards over the next five years.
Many individuals have trouble typing, moving a mouse or reading a web page. They can’t access a website without assistive technology.
This icon ensures that a website is accessible to individuals with physical disabilities.
Organizations display this icon to certify that their site features a web-based assistive technology application from eSSENTIAL Accessibility™.
By clicking on the icon above, the user is redirected to www.essentialaccessibility.com where the application is available free of charge.
This application features an array of keyboard and mouse replacement solutions (alternative input methods including a webcam-based hands-free movement tracking system) that allow users to overcome any physical limitation to access our website. It also includes a web page reader.
The application can be rapidly downloaded and installed on a standard PC for the use of anyone who has difficulty typing, moving a mouse or reading a web page.
eSSENTIAL Accessibility™ benefits individuals with dexterity limitations that arise from a variety of conditions including:
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
- Cerebral Palsy (CP)
- Age-related factors
Moreover, it also helps those who have difficulty reading because of:
- Literacy deficiencies
- Limited English proficiency
- Dyslexia or similar learning issues
- Mild visual impairment
The Canadian Mental Health Association Lambton Kent is proud to feature eSSENTIAL Accessibility™ as a Founding member of an Online Social ResponsAbility Initiative sponsored by March of Dimes Canada.