Our practice is dedicated to making the content on our website available to everyone. We regularly modify and enhance our site to improve accessibility for those with disabilities or those using assistive technologies, such as screen readers. We believe that everyone should have access to information regarding their health, treatment options, details about recovery, and other services that we provide.
In doing so, our practice adheres to the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Level AA. Our website is compatible with many mobile and web browser platforms, making our information even more accessible to users. Our developers maintain rigorous testing to ensure that our website is ADA-compliant and continuously seek improvement and solutions to improve the accessibility of our site.
Our website supports present-day accessibility standards to ensure our features work correctly with modern browsers and assistive technology. Internet Explorer (IE11) does not support these standards, and we highly recommend using a different browser if you are using assistive technologies. These browsers combine well with screen readers:
- NVDA/Firefox (Windows)
- JAWS/Chrome (Windows)
- VoiceOver/Safari (iOS) on mobile
If you experience any difficulties accessing information from our website or would like to leave feedback, please feel free to contact us.