The Big Picture
Mandates like the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Accessible Canada Act (ACA) guarantee equal opportunity in public accommodations, such as restaurants, hotels, theaters, doctors’ offices, retail stores, museums, libraries, parks, government services, and more.
Centre in the Square
Egg Farmers of Canada
Grand River Transit
Halton Hills Public Library
Hamilton Public Library
Harry Reid International Airport
Kent District Library
Milton Public Library
MTA New York City Subway
Oakville Public Library
Oishei Children’s Hospital
Royal Ontario Museum
San Francisco International Airport
The Huntington Bank
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)
Town of Halton Hills
Vaughan Public Libraries
Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport
— Partner With Us
With the creation of custom-branded, digital Card Decks that guide people through your services, our team of specialists takes your organization on an accessibility journey that highlights barriers to inclusion, builds enterprise-wide awareness, and boosts your accessibility and customer service toolkit.
In just 8—12 weeks, organizations can demonstrate their commitment to servicing all members of the community.
What you get as a Community Access Partner:
- Custom-branded Card Decks developed with photos, text, and audio specific to your organization. Each Card Deck outlines one aspect of your core service.
- Custom marketing plan and assets, to help launch and raise awareness of MagnusCards within the neurodiverse communities and the general public.
- Materials and support for employee awareness-building.
- Ongoing usage analytics, so you can see the impact and reach of your solution.
“This new digital tool is another example of our commitment to leading the way in innovation as we foster a positive and more inclusive hospital experience for everyone who walks through our doors.”
- Allegra Jaros, President of Oishei Children's Hospital
— Case Studies
CIBC MagnusCards – Making Banking and Money Easier
"We normally sit down and do them together, but my son can also use the app independently. If he struggles with reading the words, the app will read the content to him. Once he has gone through the card deck a few times, we practice the skills at home with pretend play. Once he is confident, it is time to take his skills out into the real world!"
Making Airports Accessible
"As a parent to a child with special needs, it's great knowing that I can feel comfortable about taking her to the airport and letting her be independent."
The Town of Oakville
"This is the tool that is there for them. It also provides learning tools for those parents and guardians to assist their child or friend on how to use transit. Once they are more comfortable and confident using public transit, they can use it to expand their opportunities in the community."