Statement of ADA Compliance
We are constantly working to improve the accessibility of our website’s content. Here are a few suggestions to make your online presence more accessible, below:
The US Social Security Administration provides these guidelines for optimizing your computer and browser to enhance your online experience if you have difficulties viewing websites.
- Read web pages aloud on your computer.
- Use the keyboard to go through screens.
- Increase the text size.
- Magnify your screen
- Change the color of the background and the text.
- Increase the visibility of your mouse cursor (Windows only)
If you want to use a speech-to-text program like Dragon Naturally Speaking that allows you to navigate websites and internet services using only your voice, read on. This software enables you to steer the attention of your browser or application screen with your voice.
People who are deaf or hard of hearing have a variety of accessibility alternatives.
Closed captioning is a synchronized text transcript that matches the video and audio tracks for an audio presentation. Captions are frequently visible above the video, which is helpful for deaf and hard-of-hearing people as well as those who can’t hear the audio due to background noise. Our video content is captioned in the vast majority of cases. Learn how to enable and disable captions on YouTube.
Controls for volume
Your computer, tablet, or mobile device has a volume control. Additional volume settings are accessible for each video and audio provider. Try altering the volumes on both your smartphone and media players to improve your viewing experience. If none of the preceding suggestions meets your needs, please call us at 541-688-7278 for help.