Our Commitment to Accessibility
Disability:IN is committed to making our website easy for people with and without disabilities to use. We know that accessibility and usability are important parts of website design, development, and maintenance.
We strive to meet the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 at level AA or better. And we continuously work on accessibility improvements.
Please note that our website provides links to sites created and maintained by other people and organizations. Disability:IN cannot assure that these other sites meet applicable accessibility standards.
Visit the Digital Accessibility Program page on this website to learn more about Disability:IN’s work to help our partners and the broader global business community on the journey to full disability inclusion in the digital world.
We welcome your feedback
If you are having difficulty finding, viewing, navigating, or interacting with any content, features, or functions of this website, or notice any content, feature, or functionality that you believe is not fully accessible to people with disabilities, please email our team. Please provide as much detail as you can about your experience. We also welcome your suggestions for improvement.
Improving your experience on DisabilityIN.org
We recommend the following for all DisabilityIN.org visitors, especially those using assistive technology:
Tips for using your browser more effectively
- Use the most current version of your web browser
- Maximize your browser window
- Zoom in to make reading easier
Tips for navigating using a screen reader
- Navigate by headings
- Use table reading commands