Advancing business through disability inclusion

Welcome to SenseAbility

Close to 1 in 5 Canadians have a disability. They are customers, employees, suppliers and investors and make up a population segment much too large for businesses to ignore.

SenseAbility is Canada’s only national, bilingual business network dedicated to helping private and public sector organizations become more accessible and inclusive of people with disabilities. Learn how we can help your organization build an inclusive and innovative workplace. Join us, Become a member.

“This organization (SenseAbility) is doing wonderful things for enablement – thank you.”

Rukhsana Syed, IBM Canada


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Most disabilities are invisible. Employees aren't.

Don’t have employees with disabilities? Think again. Close to 20% of Canadians have a disability, and most disabilities are invisible. Asking all employees what they need to perform at their best will lead to greater workplace engagement and productivity. How well do you know your employees? Disability in the workplace is a fact; Inclusion is a choice.

Upcoming events

We are currently in the process of planning our 2018 events. Check back regularly for more information.

  • International Day of Persons with Disabilities

    December 3, 2017, We encourage all of you to participate in recognizing this important day within your business, and with your clients and partners.
  • Accessibility, Inclusion and Universal Design: National MBA Conference

    February 10, 2018, 8:30am - 6:00pm, at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto,105 St. George Street, Toronto. Join Access to Success for a day-long national conference and explore the benefits of accessibility and universal design.

What attendees say about our events:

“I really enjoyed today’s session. I learned a range of great insights that will be helpful back within our organization.”

D. Surman, Unilever

“This presentation/event did a great job of opening the lines of communication around building a disability inclusive workplace and showcasing those key variables that need to be in place to successfully support disability inclusion.”

Samantha Battistone, KPMG

“Great event and information. Good opportunity to network.”

Johanna Colmenares, Accenture

“The event gave me a great introduction to issues and solutions with disabilities within the workplace. It’s been amazing to get different perspectives”

Janet Marroquin-Ticas, KPMG

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