Accessibility Statement for Autism Parenting Magazine
At Autism Parenting Magazine, we are deeply committed to ensuring that our website is accessible and usable by everyone, including individuals with disabilities. We believe that every individual deserves equal access to the resources and information available on our website.
Zoom Functionality: Users can increase the text size on our website using the browser's zoom functionality.
If you're using a regular PC computer (like Dell, HP, etc.):
- To make things bigger: Hold the CTRL key (it's usually at the bottom left of your keyboard) and press the + key.
- To make things smaller: Hold the CTRL key and press the - key.
If you're using a Mac (Apple computer):
- To make things bigger: Hold the Command key (it looks like a little apple or clover) and press the + key.
- To make things smaller: Hold the Command key and press the - key.
Descriptive Links and Alt Text: All images contain descriptive alt text, and hyperlinks are self-explanatory to assist screen readers.
We understand that technology and needs change over time. That’s why we are continuously working to improve our website's accessibility by regularly reviewing our site and implementing new features as needed.
Feedback & Reporting Accessibility Issues:
If you experience any difficulty accessing content on our website, or if you have suggestions to improve accessibility, please contact us:
Email: [email protected]
Phone: [Your Phone Number]
Contact Form: [Link to Contact Form]
We value your feedback and will address any issues promptly.
For more information on web accessibility and legal requirements, here are helpful resources:
Last Updated: September 8, 2023
Thank you for being a part of the Autism Parenting Magazine community. We are committed to ensuring our platform is inclusive and welcoming for all.