The Superior Court of Justice is committed to ensuring that its courthouses are accessible to persons with disabilities. The Court is served by designated accessibility coordinators who respond to disability-related accommodation requests, and provide information about the accessibility services available in each Superior Court location.
Types of Accommodation / Accessibility Features
The types of accommodation that can be provided depend on an individual’s disability and the availability of different types of equipment and services, but may include:
- assistive listening devices or sound amplification systems;
- sign language interpretation or real-time captioning;
- support for people who have difficulty speaking due to a disability; and
- scheduling meetings and court proceedings in courtrooms or meeting rooms that can accommodate disabilities.
Accessibility features at Superior Court locations may include:
- accessible parking:
- walkways and ramps:
- barrier-free entrances and exits: and
- accessible information desks, counters, courtrooms, and judicial hearing rooms.
Additional Information on accessibility features is available on the accessibility page of the Ministry of the Attorney General’s website. The Ministry also provides court interpretation services.
To contact an accessibility coordinator, or review the list of accessibility features for a Superior Court location, please visit the court addresses section of the Ministry of the Attorney General’s website and select a particular court location.
For further information, please see Courthouse Accessibility.