This site offers web-based solutions that are accessible and usable to everyone, including those with disabilities. For example, images on the site that convey action, such as an image used as a button, contain ‘alt tags’ which allow participants to navigate and listen to the content of the site using a screen reader rather than reading the site. In addition, we provide written transcripts for audio content, have chosen a color scheme with a high contrast ratio to improve visual readability, and have implemented many more features that allow our site to be accessible to all.
This site is compliant with the legislation that various countries have enacted, including Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act. This site also complies with the guidelines put forth by the Worldwide Web Consortium’s Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), which was created to lead the web to its full potential by developing common protocols that promote accessibility to the web and its content. We have made every effort to ensure that all features on the site as accessible as possible, however because of technological constraints, some features cannot be fully accessible through assistive technologies, such as screen readers.
If you find that you are having accessibility issues with any of our content, we’d like to know about it. Please refer to the Technical Support information area at the bottom of every page to alert us to any issues and we will strive to resolve them. We are committed to continuing to make ongoing enhancements to this site to make it accessible and usable to everyone, including those with disabilities.