Many websites contain significant barriers to access by not considering disabled users. We have followed a number of guidelines, particularly the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, in an attempt to make sure this website is as accessible as possible.
This website meets all Priority 1 recommendations defined in the WCAG, and many of the recommendations at Priorities 2 and 3. For the most part, it should work correctly with screen readers, braille terminals and other assistive technologies.
If you would like to send feedback on any accessibility problems you may be having with our site, or if you have any general questions or comments, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the Web Accessibility Initiative and its efforts to increase the usability of the web for people with disabilities, please visit http://www.w3.org/WAI/.