Our Commitment to Accessibility
Accessibility Statement: Committed to Inclusive Web Experience
At Stroke Survivors Australia Incorporated, we are dedicated to providing a user-friendly and accessible online experience for all individuals, including those with disabilities. We strive to meet the requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, as mandated by the Australian Government's Digital Transformation Agency (DTA).
Our ongoing commitment to accessibility is driven by our belief that everyone deserves equal access to information, services, and opportunities on the web. We continuously work to enhance the accessibility of our digital platforms to ensure that they meet or exceed WCAG 2.0 standards.
Web Accessibility Features:
Perceivable Content: We ensure that our website's content can be perceived by all users, including those with visual impairments. This includes providing alternative text for images, captions for multimedia content, and clear and readable text.
Operable Functionality: Our website is designed to be operable by individuals with varying abilities. Keyboard navigation is supported to assist users who cannot use a mouse, and we avoid any design elements that may cause seizures or other adverse reactions.
Understandable Structure: We strive to present information and navigation in a clear and understandable manner. Consistent page layouts, logical headings, and meaningful link texts help users comprehend and navigate our website effectively.
Robust Compatibility: Our digital platforms are built using standard web technologies and adhere to coding best practices. This ensures compatibility with a wide range of assistive technologies and web browsers, promoting a seamless experience for all users.
We are continuously working towards improving the accessibility of our website. Our accessibility team conducts regular audits, usability tests, and training sessions to identify and rectify any barriers to accessibility. We also welcome feedback from users who encounter difficulties or have suggestions for improvement.
If you encounter any accessibility issues while using our website or have suggestions for improvement, please contact our dedicated accessibility team at email@example.com. We appreciate your feedback as it helps us enhance the accessibility and usability of our digital platforms.
Accessible websites empower individuals with disabilities, providing them equal access to information and opportunities. We are committed to creating an inclusive web environment and will continue to prioritize accessibility as an integral part of our digital presence.
Last updated: 2nd June 2023
Note: This accessibility statement is drafted in accordance with WCAG 2.0 guidelines, which were current at the time of writing. We aim to evolve our practices in line with the latest accessibility standards and guidelines as they become available.