Feedback needed on proposed changes to Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility website

The Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility will be refreshing its content on  Their goal is to make it easier for people in Ontario to find the information they need. This includes services and programs for seniors, as well as information about accessibility in Ontario.

The Ministry is looking for user feedback on the proposed changes. This includes feedback on whether the web copy is clear and written in plain language. They are also looking for input on the website layout and whether the navigation is simple and straightforward.

They are inviting members from our organization to give feedback on the proposed changes to their website by October 21, 2022.

Feedback will be collected through a short online test. This test will show you an image of a webpage and ask you where you would click to find certain information. It includes seven questions and should take about 5-10 minutes. No personal information is requested, and your responses will be anonymous.

To participate in the testing in English, please visit the user testing page. For a French version of the test, please contact

This test requires that you can see your screen and click or tap an area on an image. However, if you navigate the internet with a keyboard, if you cannot see, or if you use a screen reader, you can take the test using an alternate format.

If you have any questions, please reach out to the ministry’s digital researcher, K Andrews at

Thank you for your time.

The Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility