Our website is designed with accessibility to all users with differing needs in mind. Web accessibility, regardless of disability, is an important means of sharing both current and historical information. Access to the web can be impacted by many types of disabilities: visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, and neurological.
Access to technology can be even more important to those with disabilities than for the general population, who may have more accessibility to traditional information sources, such as printed materials. Our hope is that our site presents information in a way that everyone can easily access information, regardless of what systems they are using and how they navigate through our site.
Our goal is to continuously improve our site to meet the needs of all of our users. If you experience any difficulty with the accessibility of any web pages or documents, please contact our communications department so that we can assist in accommodating your needs.