The work of AccessAbility Services cannot be done in isolation. The service works collaboratively with other departments and organizations across the university to promote human rights and social justice in education for students with disabilities and remove systemic barriers to education. The following are some of the departments the service works with on disability-related issues, inclusive teaching, access programs, intersectionality, and intersectionality with disability.

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Office

Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office

Community Partnerships and Engagement

Centre for Teaching and Learning

The Centre for Global Disability Studies at The University of Toronto Scarborough

UTSC Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Office (including Indigenous Initiatives)

Sexual & Gender Diversity Office

The service also works closely with the offices for students with disabilities at St.George and UTM and the Office of the Vice-Principal & Academic Dean's portfolio including but not limited to the  Office of the Registrar; Vice-Dean Faculty Affairs, Equity & Success; Associate Dean Experiential & Global Learning; Special Advisor on Access; Special Advisor on Disability Studies.

What is Intersectionality?
Intersectionality and Disability