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.

SenseAbility welcomes our newest member Air Canada.

New! You can now download, print and share SenseAbility’s #ProfitFromInclusion and #ProfitsInclus campaign images at Profit from inclusion.

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Show me a product that's easy to use and I'll show you 1.3 billion customers

Every year, Canadians with disabilities represent a market worth over CDN $55 billion. Designing inclusively means access to new market opportunities just like this one, but more importantly, it means better products and services for everyone, customers and employees alike. Make people with disabilities a part of your workforce. Do design better.

Upcoming events

  • Inclusion Makes Cent$

    March 21, 2018, 9:00am - 3:00pm, at the Brockville Convention Centre, 7829 Kent Boulevard in Brockville, Ontario. In partnership with KEYS Job Centre Gananoque. Open to local business owners and their hiring managers.
  • Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Mental Health Week

    May 1, 2018 - May 7, 2018, paticipate in CMHA's 66th Mental Health Week.
  • Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)

    May 17, 2018, talk, think and learn about digital inclusion on the seventh Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD).

What attendees say about our events:

“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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