All levels of employees must work together to improve accessibility in all areas and to establish a culture of inclusion.
It is important to report barriers that you may experience as a person receiving services, as a team or as a family member, so that we can address the barriers, try to remove them in a timely manner or advocate for change.
~ This form will go to the Executive Director. They will respond as soon as possible. ~
Types of Barriers
Accessibility is a journey.
Bonaventure Support Services is committed to service excellence and strives at all times to provide supports and services in a way that respects the dignity and independence of all supported individuals.
Bonaventure is committed to meeting the needs of persons supported, stakeholders and families to ensure equal access, integration and full participation by prevention and the removal of barriers to accessibility.
Any thoughts or approaches, that can cause an individual to feel uncomfortable or causes problems in seeking/receiving services. Such “attitudes” can include but are not limited to: disregarding individuals supported input, addressing stigma and preventing access to services.
Community Integration Barriers
Architectural /Physical Barriers
Barriers that prevent access services to a building, lack of light alarms for those hard of hearing or absence of signs for visually impaired.