Imagine a world where there are no barriers and everyone has access to people, places, and experiences. Such a world gives everyone the opportunity to become involved, engaged, and full participants in their community. This prospect of having no barriers allows persons with disabilities and our entire community to realize the full value of all of everyone’s contributions. Anything becomes possible… The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, commonly abbreviated AODA seeks to improve opportunities for persons with disabilities and to ensure that all Ontarians have fair and equitable access to programs and services. This law also identifies accessibility standards that address barriers in customer service and communication, employment, transportation, and the design of public spaces. The standards apply to all levels of government, and non-profit and private sector businesses that have one or more employees. Employers have until 2025 to ensure that they are fully compliant with the law (Accessibility Ontario, 2016).