Our Doors Are Open offers faith communities creative ideas and guidance to increase inclusion and accessibility for people with disabilities.

Continuing Our Work During COVID-19

We are fortunate that our team members are able to work from home during this pandemic. We want to extend our enormous gratitude to the front-line workers. During the pandemic, the demand for the services of the IDRC has only increased and our collective mission of inclusivity has become even more relevant...

Getting Started

Bring full participation of people with disabilities in your faith community by:

  • Form an Accessibility Committee
  • Identify Barriers
  • Make a Plan

Resources & Guidance

Our Doors Are Open has free help and support for your community:

  • Free Our Doors are Open Services
  • Quick Accessibility Tips
  • Accessibility and Inclusion Resources
  • Our Doors are Open Guide

Participating Communities

Learn who is participating in Our Doors are Open:

  • Find welcoming communities and congregations
  • Participating organizations
  • Project photo album



Machine learning models amplify & automate the strategies of the past. They keep us going in the same direction, benefiting the same people only faster & more efficiently. Data is from the past & from people with the best access. Join us to discuss more equitable #AI #inclusion https://twitter.com/WeCountproject/status/1279116532837122050

Check out "Disability, Faith & Community Action:A Crip Camp Conversation" https://www.eventbrite.com/e/disability-faith-community-action-a-crip-camp-conversation-tickets-105878064140?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=estw&utm-source=tw&utm-term=listing @Eventbrite

National Accessibility Week is a time to celebrate valuable contributions of Canadians with disabilities and to recognize the efforts of individuals, communities and workplaces that are actively working to remove barriers to accessibility.


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Our Doors Are Open

Timeline PhotosSign up today for our free webinar on the impact of bias in machine learning and data mining by guest speaker Dr. Toon Calders, a professor in the computer science department at the University of Antwerp in Belgium. He is an expert in machine learning and has published over sixty papers about data mining. This webinar is part of the We Count - Digging DEEPer series. Here is the link to sign up bit.ly/2NRNoKV

We look forward to you joining us!

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