We are committed to offering a website that accessible to all users. Below is some useful information and tools that can help make visiting our website a pleasant experience for anyone.
Device Accessibility Settings
No matter which device and operating system you to use to visit our website, there are several accessibility options you may use within the device's settings.
If you are using an Apple computer (iMac, MacBook) to visit our website, you can utilize the accessibility options found in the systems section of your Systems Preferences application. Information on Mac accessibility options can be found on the Accessibility section of their website.
If you are using an Apple iOS device (iPhone, iPad), you may find the accessibility options in the Settings app and General option. Learn more about Apple iOS accessibility on their website.
Users of Android devices can utilize several accessibility features. To access these options, tap the Settings app and find Accessibility. More information about Android accessibility features may be found on their website.
If you are visiting our website on a device that uses Microsoft Windows, the Microsoft Accessibility section of their website has some great information and resources.
There are two methods of controlling the magnification of your browser window while viewing our content.
Control Key + Plus key (Windows)
Command Key + Plus Key (Mac)
By holding the control key and clicking the plus key, you will increase the magnification of our content on your browser. Holding the control key and clicking the minus key will allow you to decrease the magnification of our content on your browser.
In some browsers, including Firefox, Chrome and Safari, clicking the control key with the “0” key will return the screen to its default magnification.
Control Key + Mouse Wheel (Windows)
Command Key + Mouse Wheel (Mac)
By holding down the control key and scrolling your mouse wheel, you can adjust the magnification of our content on your browser.
Scrolling up enlarges the magnification. Scrolling down decreases the magnification.
Browser Text-to-Speech Tools
There are several free browser tools available for those who require text-to-speech assistance.
JAWS: Freedom Science offers several downloadable tools for low vision and blindness. More information can be found at their website.
NVDA: NonVisual Desktop Access (NVDA) is a free and open source screen reader for the Microsoft Windows operating system. Additional information can be found at their website.
vozMe: This browser utility lets you add a speech synthesis (either male voice or female voice) bookmark to your browser, and can be found at their website.
SpeakComputers: This is a free text to speech software for Windows based systems. Additional information can be found on their website.
If you have any questions about our website accessibility, or have trouble accessing any part of our site, please contact us and let us know.