Web accessibility encompasses all disabilities that affect access to the Web, including visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, and neurological disabilities. Abilities can vary from person to person, and over time, for different people with the same type of disability. People can have combinations of different disabilities, and combinations of varying levels of severity. Our goal is to make the information on this website accessible to all visitors.

If you have difficulty accessing any material on this website, please send email to We will work with you to make the information available.

Difficulty Accessing Adobe PDF documents

This website contains links to PDF documents that require the current version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. If the Adobe Acrobat Reader is not installed on your computer, you may download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. (LINK)

If you are using a screen reader, you may find it will not read some documents in PDF format. Adobe provides information on how to convert non-accessible PDF files to a format that is useable with a screen reader. Learn more about Adobe’s latest accessibility information at (LINK)

Accessible Features

Below you will find a list of some of the technology solutions we have integrated to make our website easy to navigate, and accessible.


  • Uses Alternative Text “ALT” and/or “TITLE” attributes. ALT/TITLE attributes provide a written description of the image, which is accessible to screen readers, and it is visible when the mouse is placed over the image. This is also useful for people who have images turned off on their browser, in which case a description will display where the image used to be.

WCAG 2.0 Level AA

  1. Perceivable:
    • Provide text alternatives for non-text content.
    • Provide captions and other alternatives for audio and video content.
    • Make content adaptable; and make it available to assitive technologies.
    • Use sufficient contrast to make things easy to see and hear.
  2. Operable:
    • Make all functionality keyboard accessible.
    • Give users enough time to read and use content.
    • Do not use content that causes seizures.
    • Help users navigate and find content.
  3. Understandable:
    • Make text readable and understandable.
    • Make content appear and operate in predictable ways.
    • Help users avoid and correct mistakes.
  4. Robust:
    • Maximize compatibility with current and future technologies.
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