If you experience difficulty accessing information on this site due to a disability; including visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, language, learning, and neurological disabilities, we’d like to know about it.
Please send us an email using the Contact Form on our Contact Us Page, and indicate:
- • The nature of your accessibility needs
- • The URL (web address) of the material you wish to access
- • Your contact information including phone number and email
We will contact you and try to provide you with the information that you need, if it is available.
We are committed to our website being as accessible as possible for all people regardless of ability or access method. This includes content such as HTML Text, CSS, Images/Graphics Alt Tagging (text-based alternatives for images) and Adobe Acrobat PDFs. We endeavor to conform to as many of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative’s (WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 as possible, as they apply to the aforesaid elements.
We want to ensure that everyone has equal access to information and can utilize our website as fully as possible. Our goal is to provide a website that is usable and accessible, to the best of our ability and means.
Due to conditions beyond our control, there are some instances where we are unable to provide information in an accessible format (for example, documents provided by third parties, scanned documents, etc.). We monitor these instances and will attempt to develop accessible solutions as the materials or technology are available to us.