Website & Accessibility

Continuous quality improvement is important to us.  You are invited to complete an on-line survey to provide feedback about what you like about our website as well as suggestions for improvement.  The survey takes about 5 minutes to complete.

Website Survey

Accessibility  If you are having any problems accessing this website, please contact us so that we can improve this site.  Be as specific as possible in your description of the problem(s) encountered, as well as their location on the website.  We also strive to use People First language in all communications.  Click here to view a poster providing information about People First language.

Translation Feature on Website.  Click on the red “Translate”  icon in the lower left-hand corner of any page on this website and you’ll see images of country flags symbolizing languages into which this website can be translated.  This feature was added in January 2020 in order to make our website more accessible.

Resizing Text on Websites  All modern browsers (Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer) provide temporary and permanent setting options to adjust the text size as well as your font type.  Once permanently set, your preference of font and text size will be the default options for all websites you visit.  This is much more useful than looking for text resizing settings on each individual website that you visit.  In most browsers, you can easily change the text size by zooming in and out with either your keyboard or the keyboard and a scroll wheel mouse.

  • Zoom in   –  Hold down the Control (Ctrl) or Command (⌘) key and the plus (+) key.  If using a scroll wheel mouse, scroll while holding the Control or Command key down.
  • Zoom out   –  Hold down the Control (Ctrl) or Command (⌘) key and the minus (-) key.  If using a scroll wheel mouse, scroll while holding the Control or Command key down.
  • Zoom Reset   –  To change your zoom level back to the original setting, Hold down the Control (Ctrl) or Command (⌘) key and the zero (0).

For detailed information on changing the settings for your particular browser, please refer to these instructions provided by the Disabled World website:

People-First Language.  People-first language is used to communicate appropriately and respectfully with and about an individual with a disability.  People-first language emphasizes the person first, not the disability. For example, when referring to a person with a disability, refer to the person first, by using phrases such as, “a person who …”, “a person with …” or, “person who has …”  Click here to obtain a poster containing more information.

Language Interpretation & Translation Services.  For individuals who need assistance with language interpretation or translation in order to access services, we contract with LanguageLinc.  Contact us for more information.

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