National AccessAbility Week 2021: Stakeholder toolkit

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Overview

National AccessAbility Week (NAAW) takes place from May 30 to June 5, 2021.

In line with current public health restrictions, activities to celebrate NAAW will be virtual.To make this week a success, we encourage you to promote NAAW on your social media platforms.

Join the conversation around disability inclusion. Follow and share posts from @AccessibleGC on Twitter and from Accessible Canada on Facebook. Remember to use the hashtags #AccessibleCanada and #AccessAbility when referencing the week in social media posts!

We also invite you to use the suggested tweets and Facebook posts below.

You can use the visuals and, or the poster to promote your activities.

Suggested social media messages for Twitter

  • National #AccessAbility Week is from May 30 to June 5.
    This year we continue to dedicate this week to accessibility and disability inclusion in Canada. #LeavingNoOneBehind
    Find out more: Canada.ca/accessability-week #AccessibleCanada
  • Hey Canada! #DYK this week is National #AccessAbility Week? Join the conversation.
    Ask yourself: how can I champion disability inclusion in my everyday life?
    #LeavingNoOneBehind #AccessibleCanada
  • This National #AccessAbility Week, let’s highlight accessibility and disability inclusion in Canada. Join the conversation and ask yourself: how can I be an ally to persons with disabilities?
    #LeavingNoOneBehind #AccessibleCanada
  • Join us in recognizing National #AccessAbility Week!
    #LeavingNoOneBehind #AccessibleCanada Canada.ca/accessability-week
  • Share a picture or video of how you are marking National #AccessAbility Week!
    #AccessibleCanada #LeavingNoOneBehind
  • During National #AccessAbility Week, highlight an individual or an organization that makes accessibility and disability inclusion a reality in your community!
    #AccessibleCanada #LeavingNoOneBehind

Suggested social media messages for Facebook

  • From May 30 to June 5, we’re celebrating National #AccessAbility Week. This is a week dedicated to disability inclusion and accessibility in Canada. Join the conversation and ask yourself: how can I champion disability inclusion in my everyday life?
    #AccessibleCanada #LeavingNoOneBehind Canada.ca/accessability-week
  • National #AccessAbility Week in Canada is here! Share a photo or a video of how you are marking this important week!
    Canada.ca/accessability-week #LeavingNoOneBehind #AccessibleCanada
  • During National #AccessAbility Week, let’s highlight all the work individuals and organizations are doing for accessibility and disability inclusion.
    Join the conversation and ask yourself: how can I be an ally to persons with disabilities?
    #AccessibleCanada #LeavingNoOneBehind Canada.ca/accessability-week
  • During National #AccessAbility Week, recognize an individual or an organization that improves accessibility in your community.
    #LeavingNoOneBehind #AccessibleCanada Canada.ca/accessability-week

Suggested promotional visuals

Feel free to use the following visuals to accompany your tweet and Facebook posts.

Visual 1

Image description

From the left side, top to bottom, the shareable shows a blue rectangle which includes seven accessibility icons.

The accessibility icons represent motor skills impairment, sign language, speech impairment, mental/neurodiversity or learning impairment, visual impairment, hearing impairment and access or mobility impairment.

The icons are followed by the text:
Disability Inclusion 2021: Leaving No One Behind
Share photos and videos of how you are celebrating National hashtag AccessAbility Week by using our hashtags.

The text is followed by four images which include:

  • one smiling indigenous man wearing dark sunglasses,
  • a young woman smiling,
  • a woman smiling in a pool and
  • a woman speaking in sign language.

The right side include the text:

National
AccessAbility
Week.
May 30 to June 5, 2021
Hashtags Accessible Canada and
Hashtag
AccessAbility
Canada Wordmark

Visual 2

Image description

Image with a white background. Text in the middle
National
AccessAbility
Week.

May 30 to June 5, 2021

Lower left corner:
Hashtags Accessible Canada and
Hashtag AccessAbility
Lower right corner: Canada Wordmark

Facebook banner

Image description

From the left side, top to bottom, the Facebook banner shows 4 images which include:

  • one smiling indigenous man wearing dark sunglasses,
  • a young woman smiling,
  • a woman smiling in a pool and
  • a woman speaking in sign language.

Under the images, there is seven accessibility icons. The accessibility icons represent motor skills impairment, sign language, speech impairment, mental/neurodiversity or learning impairment, visual impairment, hearing impairment and access or mobility impairment.

The right side of the banner includes text:
National AccessAbility
Week
2021

Twitter banner

Image description

From the left side, top to bottom, the Twitter banner shows 4 images which include:

  • one smiling indigenous man wearing dark sunglasses,
  • a young woman smiling,
  • a woman smiling in a pool and
  • a woman speaking in sign language.

Under the images, there is seven accessibility icons. The accessibility icons represent motor skills impairment, sign language, speech impairment, mental/neurodiversity or learning impairment, visual impairment, hearing impairment and access or mobility impairment.

The right side of the banner includes text:
National AccessAbility
Week
2021

Poster

Feel free to use the following poster.

Image description

Image with a white background. Text in the middle
National
AccessAbility
Week.

May 30 to June 5, 2021

Under the images, there is seven accessibility icons. The accessibility icons represent motor skills impairment, sign language, speech impairment, mental/neurodiversity or learning impairment, visual impairment, hearing impairment and access or mobility impairment.

The right side of the banner includes text:
National AccessAbility
Week
2021

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