Accessibility in the HDSB
At the Halton District School Board, we are committed to providing a learning and working environment that supports all students and staff and provides equitable opportunities to support our diverse community. A key element to supporting our community is the
HDSB Multi-Year Accessibility Plan which identifies system needs and priorities and embeds legislation within our policies, procedures and training needs. The Plan draws feedback from our Special Education Advisory Committee and the work of the Accessibility Coordinating Committee to enhance equity of access to programming and our facilities.
The Halton District School Board is committed to maintaining learning and working environments which actively promote and support human rights and accessibility for persons with disabilities. We believe in integration, and we are committed to meeting the needs of people with disabilities in a timely manner. We will do so by removing and preventing barriers to accessibility and by meeting our accessibility requirements under Ontario’s accessibility laws.
Policy & Admin Procedure Links
The HDSB has a variety of policies and procedures in place for staff, students and community members that ensures compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Also, the
Multi-Year Plan Accessibility Plan (2022-2027) outlines how the HDSB ensures compliance with the Act and moving the Board towards a more inclusive environment. An Annual Accessibility Status Report is provided to update the board’s progress towards eliminating both visible and invisible barriers to accessibility.
Accessibility Feedback Form
The Halton District School Board is committed to accessibility for persons with disabilities. To ensure we are meeting the needs of all, we welcome all accessibility-related feedback, both positive and negative.
If you have experienced a barrier to accessibility while using the facilities and services of the Board, we invite you to provide us with feedback by completing the below form.
To request accessible versions of documents, provide feedback regarding accessibility, or if you have further questions specific to accessibility in the HDSB, please email
We will review each inquiry and will respond as soon as possible.