We take accessibility seriously. This site has been designed with a commitment to comply with best practice in accessibility for visitors with disabilities.
This website has been tested using assistive technology, and we have taken user feedback into consideration in design and construction. We always looking for ways to improve our services, so if you have any suggestions or comments about web accessibility, please send us your feedback.
Web Accessibility Initiative (Wai)
This website has been has been designed to comply with the WAI Guidelines (WCAG 2.0 AA) as specified by the the World Wide Web Consortium. Meeting this standard indicates that this website is accessible to users with disabilities.
Reading this website in other languages
Non-English speakers can make use of Google Translate to read the site in different languages. To use Google Translate, select a language from the drop-down in the 'Languages' section on any page.
Adobe Acrobat® Portable Document Format (Pdf)
PDFs uploaded to our website before November 2020 may not meet some accessibility standards. If you’d like to receive the document in an accessible format, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Many of our links point to forms and publications in Adobe Acrobat® PDF. You can get tools and information to increase the accessibility of PDF documents from the Adobe website.
Images and videos
Images uploaded to our website before November 2020 may not meet some accessibility standards and be without descriptive text. Videos uploaded before this date may also be missing audio description and automatic captions.
Web standards compliance
This website is delivered using HTML5 and CSS, two powerful standards set by the World Wide Web Consortium. HTML5 is the next step in the evolution of the Internet. By developing using these standards, a site can remain confident in their content's backward and future compatibility, platform support and accessibility.
Last updated: Mon 7 June, 2021 @ 11:04