AlterGO

AlterGo

In 2011 the Accessibility Challenge Group has defined universal accessibility as: “the character of a product, process, service, information or an environment that, for the purpose of equity and in an inclusive approach, allows any person to perform activities independently and to obtain equivalent results.”

Universal accessibility is structured around four axes:  Architecture and Urbanism;  Programs, Services and Employment; Communications, and Advocacy and Training. Universal accessibility aims to adequately serve all citizens.

AlterGo has developed an expertise mainly in the areas of leisure activities, sport and culture and wishes to share this expertise as to create a more inclusive society.

Website :  http://altergo.ca/

Partner type :  Leisure

Activity domain :  Universal accessibility, leisure activities, training

Target group :  Youth with disabilities, leisure associations, municipalities, ministries and public organizations

Collaboration with Inclusive Society
  • Sharing of space
  • Contact with specific population or clientele
  • Sharing of expertise
  • Information sharing
  • Participation in Inclusive Society’s activities
  • Identifying problems and solutions, mobilizing knowledge
  • Member participants
    Lyne Parent
    Mélanie Langlois
    Marie-Pierre Johnson