More information about the Kitchener-Waterloo Task Forces’ activities can be found on the following page:

The key activities that the Kitchener-Waterloo VisitAbility Task Force is working on include:

  • Creating information packages on VisitAble Housing for different stakeholder groups, such as policy makers, housing professionals, and consumers.
  • Conducting research on VisitAble Housing.
  • Making an inventory of local examples of VisitAble Housing.
  • Informing professionals in the housing industry and political leaders about VisitAble Housing.
  • Developing and deliver training courses on VisitAble Housing.
  • Identifying and working with a local champion to promote VisitAble Housing.

The following resources have been developed by the Kitchener-Waterloo VisitAbility Task Force:

The Home Seeker Needs Assessment Resource is a check-list for Realtors and home seekers to help them assess the VisitAbility, adaptability & accessibility of homes. To download this resource, please click on the following link: Home Seeker Needs Assessment Resource 2015

The Accessibility Design Spectrum Guide is a needs assessment resource for home seekers. To download this guide click on the following link:  Accessibility Design Spectrum Guide 2015. The following link has the same Guide, but in a format that can be printed and made into a booklet: Accessibility Design Spectrum Guide 2015 – Booklet Version