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. Contact us at

Determine your organization’s current state of accessibility and inclusion with SenseAbility’s Disability Inclusion IndexTM. For additional details, see our page Disability inclusion index.

NEW: Life After School 
Connecting employers with students with disabilities

Life After School is a pilot project funded in part by the Government of Ontario and developed in partnership with the Abilities Centre, select Ontario high schools and colleges aiming to match students with disabilities with employers for experiential and work-integrated learning opportunities. For additional information, see the section Life After School or contact us at

Upcoming: On January 28th, Lisa Kelly, SenseAbility’s director of learning programs, will be presenting Language Matters: Better Word Choices = Better Outcomes at CERIC’s Cannexus conference in Ottawa. See Lisa’s related article, coauthored with Deirdre Millin: How words impact employment barriers and stigma.

Install a wheelchair ramp and watch the strollers roll in.

Inclusive design is simply better design, period. It makes life easier for all consumers.

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