Our commitment is to offer a website that is accessible to the majority audience, irrespective of the technology medium or individual’s ability, and remain active to increase accessibility and usability of this website by adhering to the guidelines and standards available.
Our goal is to meet the demands of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) level Double-A, and our proactive approach to conform will be an aid towards a user-friendly environment for everyone. Please view the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 on guidelines that provide steps on how to make website content evermore accessible with utmost respect for individuals with disabilities.
Our website is built with compliant code using the W3C standards for HTML and CSS to ensure it displays correctly in present-day and future web browsers that follow these practices.
We aim to comply with the standards and guidelines for usability and accessibility; while it may not always be possible for all features of this website, we consider other avenues and solutions to match all areas of the website with the same level of accessibility. If you are unable to access any part of the website due to a disability, we encourage you to call us so that we may personally assist you.
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