Public Health Sudbury & Districts provides programs and services and plans activities and events that promote and protect the health of people in the Sudbury and Manitoulin districts. We are committed to excellence in serving all members of the public, including people with disabilities.
We make every reasonable effort to make sure:
- our programs and services are provided in a manner that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities
- people with disabilities are given equitable opportunity to access and benefit from Public Health Sudbury & Districts programs and services and to participate in activities and events
- our programs and services provided to people with disabilities and others will be integrated, unless an alternate method is necessary to enable a person with a disability to obtain, use or benefit from the programs and services
Accessibility measures are built into the decision-making processes, short- and long-term program planning, purchasing, event planning, emergency planning and the development of new systems and services.
Position statement: People with Disabilities Person-Centered Language
The Board of Health for Public Health Sudbury & Districts values diversity and effective communication. Read our position statement on People with Disabilities Person-Centered Language.
Feedback and comments
We welcome and appreciate your feedback and comments as to how we are meeting your expectations in providing goods and services to people with disabilities.
Your feedback and comments will be directed to the Director of Corporate Services or designate. If you choose to give us your contact information, we will follow up with you as soon as we have had the chance to review your feedback.
Six ways to send feedback or comments:
- Fill out and submit the online Client Feedback Form.
- Download the Client Feedback Form (PDF, 36.5KB) and mail it to Corporate Services, Public Health Sudbury & Districts, 1300 Paris Street, Sudbury, ON P3E 3A3.
- Obtain a Client Feedback Form and envelope from reception staff at any Public Health Sudbury & Districts location, complete it, and return it to any Public Health Sudbury & Districts location for forwarding to the Divisional Administrative Assistant in Corporate Services.
- Call the Health Unit and ask to speak with the Divisional Administrative Assistant in Corporate Services. The Divisional Administrative Assistant or designate will complete the Client Feedback Form on your behalf.
- Write and mail a letter addressed to Corporate Services (Public Health Sudbury & Districts, 1300 Paris Street, Sudbury, ON P3E 3A3).
- Send an email to email@example.com.
Our accessibility policies
Listed below are Public Health Sudbury & Districts’ accessibility policies related to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA):
- Legislated requirements and statement of commitment
- Customer service
- Inclusive environment and human rights
- Accessibility plan: Working towards barrier-free public health services and an inclusive environment
This item was last modified on July 26, 2018