Accessibility Statement for Individuals with Disabilities
Allergy Affiliates, Inc. makes every effort to make this Website easily accessible to all people. The website is designed conferring to the principles & guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 508.
Allergy Affiliates, Inc. welcomes feed backs how to enhance this Website’s accessibility for individuals with disabilities. If you work with assistive technology and the layout of any component on the site gets in the way with your ability to gain access to the information, we urge you to get in touch with our agency web team at email to discuss your issues. Please let us know the type of your accessibility issue, your preferred structure for accessing the content, the web link of the sought material, and your contact info.
Allergy Affiliates, Inc. is dedicated to making this Website accessible to all site visitors and compliant with the accessibility requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 508. Accessible Website design benefits individuals utilizing assistive technology, along with users with text-based browsers, low-end processor chips, slow speed networks, or computer peripheral that is not cutting edge.
ADA Section 508 establishes criteria for electronic and IT developed, sustained, obtained, or employed by the federal government. Section 508 calls for this technology to be easily accessible to all individuals with disabilities, incorporating employees and members of the general public. Allergy Affiliates, Inc. has designed this Website with numerous functions designed to greatly improve accessibility. These functions are mentioned below.
Images on the website have alt tags; that describe them, assisting people with visual impairments who listen to the web content of the website by making use of screen reading software application.
Textual content and background shades are of high contrast.
Audio and video clips are tagged along by plain text scripts or have closed captioning.
All websites are tested for conformity with accessibility standards and to determine
possible obstacles to accessibility in websites.
Websites feature skip navigation which is a technique for bypassing to page article, sidebar, header, and footer navigation for people using assistive technology.