Statement of ADA Compliance
We are constantly working to make the content on our website more accessible. Here are a few suggestions to improve the accessibility of your internet presence:
If you are experiencing difficulty reading webpages, the US Social Security Administration has supplied the following advice for optimizing your computer and browser to improve your online experience.
Read web pages aloud on your computer.
Change the background and text colors.
Increase the visibility of your mouse cursor (Windows only)
Continue reading if you want to use a speech-to-text application, such as Dragon Naturally Speaking, to navigate websites and online services using only your voice. With this software, you may guide the attention of your browser or application screen using your voice. There are several accessibility alternatives for those who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Closed captioning (Closed Caption)
Closed captioning is a text transcript that is synchronized with an audio presentation's video and audio components. Captions are frequently displayed above the video, which is helpful for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, as well as others who can't hear the audio because of background noise. Our video content is subtitled in the great majority of cases.
You can change the volume on your computer, tablet, or mobile device. Additional volume settings are available for each video and audio source. Experiment with altering the volume on your smartphone and media players to optimize your watching experience. If none of the preceding suggestions meet your needs, please call us at (623) 939-5131 for assistance.