The Ontarians with Disabilities Act and Accessibility Planning at GPCSO

Ensuring that GPCSO is accessible to as many people as possible is very important. We strive to identify and remove barriers that prevent a person with disabilities from fully participating in our facility, programs and services, and policies and practices. Our approach to accessibility goes beyond the identification and removal of barriers. We are committed to improving accessibility and reducing the stigma associated with all disabilities. 

We are located at the Elisabeth-Bruyère Hospital. You can find out more about their accessibility efforts at this link: Bruyère Accessibility.

Cultural Language Interpretation Services

GPCSO is also pleased to offer cultural language interpretation services to its patients.   There is no cost to the patient for this service.  At the time of the scheduling of your appointment, please notify us that you need a cultural language interpreter present.

Sound amplifiers are also available.

Do you need information in another format?

If you have a disability and would like information in a different format, please ask us. We will work with you to create the format that is best for you. We are happy to support the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (2005).

 

Contact Us