Accessibility Statement

Compliance Commitment
Our conviction is strong that the internet should be universally available and accessible. We’re dedicated to maintaining a website that is accessible to the widest audience possible, without regard to individual capabilities.

In pursuing this commitment, we strive to rigorously follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1) AA level set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). These guidelines are designed to make web content more accessible to a diverse range of disabilities, ensuring that our website can be used by people who are blind, have motor disabilities, visual impairments, cognitive disabilities, and more.

Our website employs a variety of technologies designed to maintain its accessibility at all times. This includes an accessibility interface that enables people with specific disabilities to customize the website’s user interface (UI) according to their personal requirements.

Moreover, our site uses an AI-powered tool that continuously enhances its accessibility. This tool automatically adjusts the website’s HTML and its functionalities to accommodate screen-readers for the blind and keyboard functions for those with motor impairments.

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Screen-reader and Keyboard Navigation Features
Our website incorporates ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications) attributes and behavioral modifications to ensure accessibility for blind users with screen-readers. Users with screen-readers are prompted to activate the Screen-Reader Profile for optimal navigation upon entering the site. Here are key ways we optimize for screen-reader use:

Screen-reader Enhancements:
We run a process that thoroughly learns the website’s structure, maintaining accessibility during updates. This process involves providing meaningful information to screen-readers using ARIA attributes. For instance, we supply accurate labels for forms, descriptions for actionable icons (like social media or search icons), guidance for form inputs, and define roles for various elements like buttons, menus, and dialogues.

Our process also scans all website images, assigning descriptive ALT (alternate text) tags for images without descriptions and extracting text from images using OCR (optical character recognition) technology. Users can activate screen-reader adjustments anytime with the Alt+1 keyboard shortcut. Automatic announcements to activate Screen-reader mode are provided upon website entry.

These features are compatible with popular screen-readers such as JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, and TalkBack.

Keyboard Navigation Enhancement:
The site’s HTML is modified to enable keyboard navigation, including using the Tab and Shift+Tab keys, arrow keys for dropdowns, Esc to close them, Enter to activate buttons and links, and navigating/checking radio and checkbox elements with arrow, Spacebar, or Enter keys.

Keyboard users also have access to content-skip menus at any time using Alt+2 or as the first element in keyboard navigation. Popups are managed by moving the keyboard focus to them immediately, keeping the focus contained.

Shortcut keys like “M” for menus, “H” for headings, “F” for forms, “B” for buttons, and “G” for graphics are also available.

Supported Disability Profiles
Epilepsy Safe Profile: This profile prevents seizures caused by flashing animations and risky color combinations for users with epilepsy.
Vision Impaired Profile: Adjusts the website for most visual impairments including Degrading Eyesight, Tunnel Vision, Cataract, Glaucoma, etc.
Cognitive Disability Profile: Assists users with cognitive disabilities such as Autism, Dyslexia, CVA, etc., by focusing on key elements.
ADHD Friendly Profile: Minimizes distractions and noise for users with ADHD or Neurodevelopmental disorders.
Blind Users Profile (Screen-readers): Adjusts the site for compatibility with screen-readers like JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, and TalkBack.
Keyboard Navigation Profile (Motor-Impaired): Enables motor-impaired users to navigate the site using keyboard shortcuts.
Additional UI, Design, and Readability Adjustments
Font Adjustments: Users can modify size, type, spacing, alignment, line height, and more.
Color Adjustments: Offers various color contrast profiles and allows changing color schemes of text, titles, and backgrounds.
Animations: Allows epileptic users to halt all animations.
Content Highlighting: Options to emphasize links, titles, and focus on hovered elements.
Audio Muting: Option for users with hearing devices to mute all site audio.
Cognitive Disorders: Incorporates a search engine linked to Wikipedia and Wiktionary for understanding phrases, slang, etc.
Other Functions: Options to change cursor size/color, printing mode, virtual keyboard, and more.
Assistive Technology and Browser Compatibility
We strive to support a broad range of browsers and assistive technologies, ensuring minimal limitations for users. We support major systems like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Opera, Microsoft Edge, JAWS, and NVDA, catering to both Windows and MAC users.

Feedback and Contact Information
Despite our efforts to make every page accessible, some may not be fully accessible yet or may lack adequate technological solutions. We continuously work on improving accessibility, keeping pace with technological advancements. For feedback or contact, please email