Website Accessibility Statement
Dogs4Diabetics is committed to making its website broadly accessible, including to users with disabilities or impairments that occur with aging. For guidance, we look to the accessibility best practices and standards defined by Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) of the World Wide Web Consortium Web Accessibility Initiative (W3C WAI).
Our processes require web pages to meet a set of accessibility requirements which include:
- Providing aids to navigation for screen reader users
- Providing text equivalents for images and image map hot spots
- Providing null text equivalents on decorative images
- Identifying row and column headers for data tables
- Programmatically associating labels with form fields
- Using valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional markup language
- Supporting browser settings for enlarging text and user style sheets
- Using consistent navigation mechanisms and style of presentation throughout the site
- Keyboard navigation of web pages
- Identifying the primary natural language of each page
- Accessible HTML alternative versions of Flash content
Accessibility testing using automated tools and manual procedures is performed on new content management applications. Our publicly available pages on ibm.com are monitored regularly using automated tools.
D4D strives to make its websites accessible and continuously works on accessibility improvements. If you encounter an accessibility problem while accessing this site, please contact us about that problem using the contact link on any page.
Note: D4D is not responsible for the accessibility of third party sites which may be linked from this site.