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Feedback Process:

The Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club is committed to exceeding expectations while serving members and guests with disabilities. Comments on our services are welcome and appreciated. Members and guests can submit feedback to:

  • Contact: Carol Lawless
  • Phone: 613-736-1102
  • Address: 1 Hunt Club Road, Ottawa Ontario, K1V 1B9,
  • email: clawless@OttawaHuntClub.org
  • Website: www.OttawaHuntClub.org

Members or guests who wish to provide feedback may also complete a Customer Feedback Form or speak with any of our Managers or the GM/COO.

Members or guests who provide formal feedback will receive acknowledgement of their feedback, along with any resulting actions based on concerns or complaints that were submitted. All information will remain confidential.

 

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005
Accessibility Standards for Customer Service, Ontario Regulation 429/07

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, Accessibility Standard for Customer Service, Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club is dedicated to ensuring that our services are accessible and offer the same opportunity and benefit to all members and guests. We are also committed to ensuring that our services are provided in a manner that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities.

1. Communication

Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club will communicate with people with disabilities in ways that take into account their disability. We understand that communication styles vary and that not all persons with the same disability use the same communication modalities. Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club makes every effort to ensure that our employees take this into consideration and, when not sure, to always ask our members and guests how best to communicate with them.

In addition, we train employees to communicate over the telephone in clear and plain language and to speak slowly. We will offer to communicate by e-mail if telephone communication is not suitable to their communication needs or is not available.

2. Use of Service Animals and Support Persons

Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club is committed to welcoming people with disabilities who are accompanied by a service animal on the parts of our premises that are open to the public. We ensure that all employees are properly trained in how to interact with people with disabilities who are accompanied by a service animal.

Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club is also committed to welcoming people with disabilities who are accompanied by a support person. Any member or guest with a disability who is accompanied by a support person will be allowed to enter the Club’s premises with his or her support person. At no time will a member or guest with a disability who is accompanied by a support person be prevented from having access to his or her support person while on our premises.

3. Assistive Devices

Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club is committed to serving members and guests with disabilities who use assistive devices to obtain, use or benefit from our services. We ensure our employees are trained and familiar with various assistive devices such as canes, wheelchairs, etc. that may be used by members and guests with disabilities while accessing our services.

4. Notice of Temporary Disruption

Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club will provide members and guests with notice in the event of a planned or unexpected disruption in the facilities or services usually used by people with disabilities. This notice will include information about the reason for the disruption, its anticipated duration, and a description of alternative facilities or services, if available.

5. Employee Training

To make certain that our provision for services are accessible, the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club provides training to employees and others who deal with our members and guests. The training includes the following:

  • The purposes of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, and the requirements of the customer service standard
  • How to interact and communicate with people with various types of disabilities
  • How to interact with people who use an assistive device or require the assistance of a service animal or a support person
  • What to do if a person with a disability is having difficulty in accessing our services and
  • The Club’s policies, practices, and procedures relating to the AODA customer service standard

 

Accessibility Statement of Commitment

Accessibility Feedback Form