Dear Supporter!
Thanks so much for visiting our site! As promised, here are ways you can make a difference in the lives of persons with disAbilities.

Take a key issue (as listed below) and using the content listed below, share a post on social media Instagram, Facebook and/or Twitter accounts. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #MyPlaceMySpace

Key Issue

Accessible Parking Spots

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Accessible parking spots are not present for your convenience.

Person with disAbilities point of view

  • Not all parking spots are created equal, make sure to use the one made for you.
  • Don’t abuse accessible parking passes.
  • Use the parking spot made for you.

Shareable image (downloadable)

Key Issue

Accessible Washrooms

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Accessible washrooms are not a privilege/convenience but a necessity.

Person with disAbilities point of view

  • My washroom is not made for your comfort.
  • Your greed, my need.
  • Don’t impede on my needs.

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Key Issue

Blocked Sidewalks /walkways

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  • Sidewalks are meant for getting from point A to point B, not for blocking.
  • Curb cuts are not created for your comfort.

Person with disAbilities point of view

  • Keep curb cuts clear for those who need it.
  • Not everyone can navigate around blocked sidewalks and walkways.

Shareable image (downloadable)

Key Issue

Narrow Store Aisles

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  • My business is your business.
  • Wide aisles wide smiles.

Person with disAbilities point of view

  • Accessible business is still business.
  • Wide aisles are in style.

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Key Issue

Designated wheelchair spots in public transit

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Respect priority seating, make room when needed.

Person with disAbilities point of view

Respect my space

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Share your story about challenges you have faced as a person with disabilities dealing with such attitudinal barriers. Record a 1 min video and then tag us using the hashtag #MyPlaceMySpace

Register for the rally & wheelchair race on June 16, 2019 at the Brampton Soccer Centre from 10am – 2pm. There is plenty of time to join us and show your support and solidarity.

Print out and hand out copies of the downloadable flyer (attached) at local businesses, community centres and in malls in your neighbourhood. The more awareness we can raise, the better!!!

Donate to C-SASIL for all the work they do to support persons with disabilities live independent lives. The organization relies heavily on community donations and we need your support to continue.

Questions?

We would love to hear from you!

Contact us info@csasil.org or call us at 905-799-7274