Here are some of the ways we make our website more accessible:
- Browser Zoom: We provide the option to enable browser zoom to allow visually impaired users to read the text of the website.
- Alt tags for images: We use alternative text (alt) tags for all images on our websites, which are designed to provide a description of the image for individuals using screen readers. This is intended to enable users with visual impairments to understand the content of the images on our websites.
- Consistent page structure: We strive to make our websites have a consistent page structure, which is intended to make it easier for users to navigate and understand the content of the website.
- Mobile Menu Aria Support: Aria attributes are added to the mobile (hamburger) menu on the website to make it more accessible to users.
- Keyboard accessibility: We strive to make our websites keyboard accessible, which is intended to enable individuals with motor disabilities to more easily navigate our website using a keyboard instead of a mouse.
- Dropdown Menu Keyboard Navigation: Allow easier navigation of dropdown menus with the keyboard.
- Video and audio transcripts: Upon request to [email protected], we would be happy to provide transcripts for all video and audio content on our websites to help individuals with hearing impairments have better access to the content.
- Accessibility testing: We conduct regular accessibility testing on our websites to monitor our progress in meeting accessibility standards and strive to identify any issues that need to be addressed.
We are actively working on improving our website to make it more accessible as outlined by Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium.
In the meantime, if you need help with using or accessing our website, please email us at [email protected] and provide us with the URL of the page you are trying to access. We will do our best to provide you with the information you need.