The ALISS Programme is dedicated to fostering an inclusive online environment where all individuals, regardless of their abilities or disabilities, can access and benefit from our services. We are actively working towards meeting or exceeding the requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 Level AA (WCAG 2.1 AA).
Our commitment to accessibility includes the following measures:
Texthelp ReachDeck Toolbar
We offer the Texthelp ReachDeck Toolbar to empower our users with a range of accessibility tools. This toolbar enables users to personalise their browsing experience, such as adjusting text size, and colour contrast, and utilising text-to-speech functionality.
We employ the Monsido scanning tool to evaluate our website for accessibility issues regularly. This proactive approach helps us identify and rectify any potential barriers to accessibility promptly.
We provide alternative text descriptions for non-text content, ensuring that users of assistive technologies, such as screen readers, can comprehend and navigate our content effectively.
Our website is designed to be navigable using only a keyboard, ensuring that individuals who rely on keyboard input or other assistive devices can access our content effortlessly.
We maintain a consistent and organised content structure with appropriate HTML tags, making it easier for screen readers to interpret and convey information accurately.
Colour and Contrast
We prioritise sufficient colour contrast and avoid relying solely on colour to convey information, benefiting visually impaired users.
Our website is designed to adapt seamlessly to various screen sizes and devices, facilitating a user-friendly experience for all visitors.
We value feedback from our users regarding their experiences with our website. If you encounter any accessibility challenges or have suggestions for improvement, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
Our commitment to accessibility is an ongoing process. We continuously strive to enhance our website's accessibility features and address any emerging accessibility issues.
We are committed to making ALISS.org an inclusive system where everyone can access and utilise our resources with ease. Our dedication to accessibility aligns with our goal to provide equal access to information and services for all individuals.
We will continue to assess and enhance our website's accessibility to align with evolving standards and best practices. Your support and feedback are essential in helping us achieve our accessibility goals.
Last updated: September 2023
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