Is Your Website ADA Compliant?
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) gives civil rights protection to individuals with disabilities similar to that provided to individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, age and religion. It guarantees equal opportunity and access for individuals with disabilities in public accommodations, employment, transportation, state and local government services and telecommunications.
Okay… but how does the ADA apply to my website?
While websites are not officially a part of the ADA, they are increasingly being considered part of Title III: Public Accommodations, and variety of public and private sector organizations have been sued for inaccessibility under the ADA. Just as your brick & mortar location must be accessible to all employees and customers, your website should be as well.
The ADA applies to your organization if you are a:
- State or local government agency
- Non-profit service provider that is a place of public accommodation
- Privately operated entity offering certain types of educational courses and examinations
- Privately operated transportation organization or commercial facility
So where do I start?
Talk with an ADA expert.
Level Access is happy to provide a free consultation over the phone to:
- Match you with an ADA expert specializing in your industry
- Review the specifics of your websites, mobile apps, or other technology
- Introduce you to Level Access resources to help you achieve ADA compliance
Get help from experienced professionals.
When you’re ready to bring your digital assets into compliance, Level Access can:
- Audit your software, websites, mobile sites, or applications for compliance
- Help you fix compliance violations quickly and painlessly
- Train your staff on how to create and maintain accessible content going forward
Interested in learning more about ADA Compliance for Websites?
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