Zoom Meetings

Zoom Meetings

Note to Clients: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Ability4Good is prioritizing the health and safety of our clients and supporting the public effort to "flatten the curve" by reducing in-person contact as much as possible via social distancing. Click here to read our official notice. 

Specialized, Behavioural Developmental Aide (BDA) and Triple P services will be undergoing a transition to virtual consultations and communication via Zoom Video Conferencing software.

Clients must have Zoom Video Conferencing software installed on their device in order to participate in Zoom meetings. Click here to download Zoom for your computer.

You can also download Zoom onto your mobile devices through your phone's app store (Google Play/Apple App Store). To learn more about how to install Zoom onto your device view our guide below.

Download Our Guide

Click here (or right-click, "Save Link/Target as.." ) to download our PDF guide on how to use Zoom. 

If there are download issues, please allow pop-up blocker or ensure you have updated Adobe Acrobat.


Guided Access for iOS Devices

When using Zoom you can set-up Guided Access to restrict access to that application. For a step-by-step guide click here for the Apple Support page.

Video: How to Set-Up Guided Access on iPad. 

Credit and video ownership is to Jen Johnson - not affiliated with Ability4Good or Enterprise4Good.


Zoom Help Center & Videos

For more information and support, click here for the Zoom Help Center or check out the videos provided below.


Video: How to Join a Meeting


Video: How to Share Your Screen

Credit and video ownership is to Zoom - not affiliated with Ability4Good or Enterprise4Good.


Zoom Meetings Security Enhancements

Meeting Passwords Enabled “On”
Going forward, all meetings scheduled after April 4th will have password enabled. If your attendees are joining by clicking a meeting link with a password embedded, there will be no change to their joining experience.  For attendees who join meetings by manually entering a Meeting ID, they will need to enter a password to access the meeting.
To locate your meeting password, log in to your account, visit your Meetings tab, select your upcoming meeting by name, and copy the new meeting invitation to share with your attendees. For step-by-step instructions, please watch this 2-minute video or read this FAQ.
For instant meetings, the password will be displayed in the Zoom client and the password is also embedded in the meeting join URL by default. 
Virtual Waiting Room Turned on by Default
Going forward, the virtual waiting room feature will be automatically turned on by default. The Waiting Room is just like it sounds: It’s a virtual staging area that prevents people from joining a meeting until the host is ready. 
How do I admit participants into my meeting? 
It’s simple. As the host, once you’ve joined, you’ll begin to see the number of participants in your waiting room within the Manage Participants icon. Select Manage Participants to view the full list of participants, then you’ll have the option to admit individually by selecting the blue Admit button or all at once with the Admit All option on the top right-hand side of your screen.  For step-by-step instructions, please watch this 1-minute video.
For more information on how to leverage passwords and Waiting Rooms to secure your meetings, please visit Zoom's Knowledge Center, attend a daily live demo, or visit our blog.
Please reach out to the Zoom Support Team if you have any questions at [email protected].