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Accessibility Statement


1. At, we’re committed to accessibility. It is our policy to ensure that everyone, including persons with disabilities, has full and equal access to our digital offerings.


2. Invite feedback.


We welcome your feedback on your experience with Email us at with any questions or comments you have.


3. Identify Standards. strives to conform to the following accessibility standards: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 AA, PDF/Universal Accessibility (PDF/UA).


4. Compatibility is compatible with most major Internet browsers including Chrome, FireFox, and Safari. may not perform optimally on Internet Explorer and older browser versions.


5. Accessibility Coordinator has appointed a Web Accessibility Coordinator to help meet the objectives in this policy.


6. Distribution distributes this policy to all personnel who work with web content including writers, editors, designers, and developers.


7. Consultant has retained an independent expert consultant to conduct annual audits and testing on


8. Testing engages in regular automated testing and (annual / bi-annual) manual audits and user testing to assess and improve accessibility.


9. Training web content personnel undergo mandatory bi-annual accessibility training.


10. Compliance


Through genuine effort and commitment including testing, audits, consulting, and remediation, we believe adheres to best practices for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).


12. events - is committed to accessibility in our events and chooses only venues that enables  accessibility.



13. Resources.


For more information on web accessibility and legal requirements, here are helpful resources:

A Great Start

The objective of an accessibility policy statement is let everyone know that we’re serious about web accessibility - that there’s a genuine commitment and good faith effort coming from our end.


When it comes to compliance with United States anti-discrimination laws (starting with Title III of the ADA) for private entities: Broadly, the legal standard whether your digital asset provides effective communication and meaningful access. In litigation, it’s best practice that your digital asset is in full conformance with WCAG 2.1 AA.


Also, if you’re a small business, don’t worry too much about the more cumbersome formalities such as hiring a coordinator (after all, your staff might just be you). Again, the most important thing to concern yourself with is conforming to WCAG 2.1 AA.


Last thing — make sure to customize your accessibility statement template to align with actions and stances you have taken.


If you would like to use my written out, fully customizable accessibility template in Microsoft Word, you can purchase it on

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