Meanwhile, the Accessibility Directorate works with organizations having trouble meeting the standards in order to bring them into compliance.NARRATOR: Today, you've learned how the Ontario Human Rights Code applies to people with disabilities and about your legal duty to accommodate. - The Code and the AODA are laws that work together.The airline says it attempted to re-accomodate the veteran after he deboarded the plane.

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The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) released a consent order Monday, finding American Airlines violated the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA) by failing to properly train employees on how to interact with disabled passengers using service animals.

Augustine veteran's fight with an airline that allegedly forced him off a plane due to his service dog is bringing about change across the country.

According to the complaint, the flight attendant on a connecting flight told him pets were not allowed in the bulkhead, referring to his registered service animal.

Crowell reserved his airline ticket online as being a passenger with a service animal and he had Bella's documentation.

NARRATOR: You also learned how the AODA accessibility standards complement the Code to promote equality and accessibility in Ontario.

The AODA uses the same definition of disability as the Code. NARRATOR: Applying human rights principles and Code obligations may help in meeting the AODA standards.

The AODA standards do not replace or limit the Code or any other law. Hears discrimination claims from individuals who believe an organization or person has failed to accommodate disability-related needs. Provides policies, guidelines and other information on disability and the duty to accommodate. Helps people through the human rights process, such as completing an application or claim to the Tribunal. 3) Multiple Choice The Human Rights Legal Support Centre… Hears discrimination claims from individuals who believe an organization or person has failed to accommodate disability-related needs. Provides policies, guidelines and other information on disability and the duty to accommodate. Helps people through the human rights process, such as completing an application or claim to the Tribunal. 4) True/False Can individuals file accessibility complaints under the AODA?

NARRATOR: Congratulations, you've met the training requirement on the Code as set under section 7 of the IASR. The correct answer is "No." Enter your name and press 'Register.' Watch each video from start to finish. Choose your answer and press 'Submit.' You can review the quiz once you’re done.

This 5-part e Learning series (20 minutes) is for public, private and not-for-profit sectors and completes the training requirements for section 7 of the Integrated Accessibility Standards of the AODA.

Begin with “Part 1: Introduction.” NARRATOR: Understanding and applying human rights principles may help avoid potential human rights complaints and litigation.

If you are a person with a disability or will travel with someone who has a disability, you may want to have the same experiences as those who travel without any hindrances.