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The airport is now connecting, engaging and enabling people with autism, Down syndrome, and other special needs. Card Decks guide passengers with unique needs through Airline Check-in, Reading a Flight Information Display, Getting your Baggage, and many more!
Magnusmode is helping Toronto Zoo enable visitors with special needs to connect, learn and experience nature while exploring the Zoo. Card Decks help visitors to get their tickets, prepare for the environment, engage with habitats and interactively explore the Zoo through a scavenger hunt for animals in the African Rainforest.
CIBC has provided a resource for individuals with special needs to support their banking and money management. Card Decks include Depositing a Cheque into an ATM, Using a Prepaid Card, and many more!Download this Getting Started Guide to begin developing financial literacy today! (PDF)
Colgate-Palmolive is making oral care routines easier for people with cognitive special needs. Card Decks guide people through brushing teeth, flossing teeth, using mouthwash and visiting the dentist!
Magnusmode is working with A&W to create a stress-free, confidence-building dining experience for
people with cognitive special needs. MagnusCards support people through ordering a meal, getting
condiments and cleaning up after a meal, to facilitate an easier dining experience.
Toronto Pearson will become the first airport to participate in the program, setting us apart as leaders in accessibility and demonstrating our commitment to creating a universal experience for all passengers.
-Scott Collier, Vice-President of Customer and Terminal Services, Greater Toronto Airports Authority
We are thrilled by the opportunity to partner with Magnusmode and make our restaurants an inviting space for all our guests.
- Marla Gerein, Director of Restaurant Training and Transportation, A&W
The Toronto Zoo is delighted to participate in the Magnusmode program, which is a true example of community engagement.
- Jennifer Tracey, Senior Director of Marketing Communications and Partnerships, Toronto Zoo