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

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

 

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We have a new, free online resource/course: Our Doors Are Open - Welcoming People with Disabilities at Places of Worship https://www.oercommons.org/courseware/module/56407

NEW Mapathon. Join us https://www.facebook.com/events/1991223897593503/

Our Doors Are Open Workshop in Barrie Public Library,
Wednesday, November 28, 6:00-8:00 PM Online registration: https://tinyurl.com/simcoeopendoors Phone registration: 1-800-465-1133 https://opendoors.idrc.ocadu.ca/simcoe-our-doors-are-open-workshops-with-independent-living-services/

"Open Your Doors" is a FREE workshop (with free guidebooks)
that provides creative thinking on how to enable people with different needs in faith communities.

Sign up for your community here:
https://opendoors.idrc.ocadu.ca/open-your-doors/

#Toronto #inclusion #disability #accessibility #interfaith

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Our Doors Are Open

Introducing Our Doors Are Open's Guide for Accessible Congregations.
With tips and resources in the palm of your hand (or in a click of a button) to learn from, share with others, and help grow your community.

Becoming a welcoming community has never been easier. #LearnShareGrow #accessible #inclusion

To become inclusive:
opendoors.idrc.ocadu.ca/guide-for-accessible-congregation/
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