Phone: 905.380.4782 | Email: donna@theherringtongroup.ca

ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES

With real life experience as people with disabilities, and over 25 years of work experience, The Herrington Group provides exceptional services to equip you and your team to be compliant, and cognizant of the issues people with disabilities face every day.

ABOUT
IMPROVING BUSINESS

If your clients can’t access you or your services, they can’t support you.

Just like in any other business, clients, staff, and public engagement are important to keep your business afloat. People with disabilities could want to work with you, for you, or be a supporter of you. You simply have to give them that opportunity.
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The database reporting options can be further customized to meet specific client needs and enquiries. The database provides the following standard reporting options:
  • Full Accessibility Report
  • Can generate recommendations by facility and priority level
  • Costing Estimates by facility and priority level
  • Class D estimates that enable prioritization of projects and expenditure projections
  • Areas that are Compliant
  • Assists in future design
  • Recommendations by frequency
  • Assists with planning and purchasing across the organization

WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE
YOUR BUSINESS AUDITED

We have extensive experience in planning, executing, and reporting accessibility audits of a variety of facilities and spaces.

 

Accessibility audits of The Herrington Group reflect a “cross-disability” approach taking into account the needs of individuals with mobility, visual, hearing, and cognitive disabilities. Our auditing tool is based on the most widely used and recognized accessibility design standards available.

 

We provide more than an audit report; we provide a retrofit planning tool. Using our auditing database we can evaluate your facilities and determine how best to modify them to create universal accessibility for all users. Our database allows us to create a customized audit report which reflects excellence in the current design, areas for improvement, and recommendations about how to create an accessible space.

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