In accordance with the Accessible British Columbia Act, Sino Bright School BC has formed an Accessibility Advisory Committee, effective June 2023 and throughout the 2023-24 school year. The role of the committee will be to advise the school in its development of an accessibility plan that includes identifying, preventing, and removing barriers to accessibility that people with disabilities face within the school.
Accessibility at Sino Bright School BC
At Sino Bright School BC, we want to learn about specific barriers that people face when they're trying to:
Access a school program, building, or school information
Receive a service or support.
Your responses to the questions below will be reviewed by the Sino Bright School BC Accessibility Advisory Committee for their consideration. This information can be submitted anonymously, or you can provide your contact details at the bottom of the form if you wish to be contacted.
Please provide the date the barrier was experienced.
Please indicate the specific location the barrier was experienced.
What were you or someone you know trying to access?
Accessibility barrier details. [Be as specific as possible].
Do you have any recommendations for what would make it better?
Please provide your name, e-mail or phone number if you would like to be contacted. (Optional)
Thank you for providing your valuable feedback! You will be contacted shortly if you have provided your contact details.
Help us understand the barriers you face when interacting with our organization. This can include, but is not limited to, accessing our buildings, services, communications, or engagement opportunities.
How to provide feedback
Please include the following information:
What you were trying to access
Where the barrier happened and what the barrier was
Any recommendations you might have
Email your feedback to us at Sinobrightbc@gmail.com Feel free to attach files to help explain the barrier faced, such as a video, photos, or a voice recording.
Call us at 778-379-4999 to speak directly to a staff person.
Drop by our office and speak to one of our staff members about your accessibility concerns.
Our office is located at #300-328 water st. Vancouver, BC
Impairment means a physical, sensory, mental, intellectual or cognitive impairment, whether permanent, temporary or episodic.
Barrier means anything that hinders the full and equal participation in society of a person with an impairment.
Disability means an inability to participate fully and equally in society as a result of the interaction of an impairment and a barrier.