The purpose of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is to benefit all Ontarians by developing accessibility standards with respect to goods and services, facilities and public spaces, and employment – as a cooperative effort involving persons with disabilities, the Ontario Government, and representatives of various industries and sectors, both public and private.

School boards must develop an Accessibility Plan outlining their strategies to meet AODA requirements and remove barriers for persons with disabilities.
View our Accessibility Plan, and related policies and procedures

You may also submit any questions or feedback about our Accessibility Plan using our feedback form.

Choose your school's name or a TVDSB administrative building from the list below to view accessibility information for that site.

For more information:


Andrea Marlowe
Human Rights Policy Advisor
Thames Valley District School Board
1250 Dundas Street
London, ON N5W 5P2
(519) 452-2000 ext. 20515


Alternate Formats or Communication Supports

If you require information in an alternate format, or require communication support, arrangements are made upon request by submitting a Community Accommodation Request form.

You may also contact Human Rights Policy Advisor, Andrea Marlowe, who will guide you through the process.


If you have concerns regarding the accessibility of services offered by the Thames Valley District School Board, please contact us or complete an Accessibility Feedback Form.

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