This website uses an Accessibility Enabler toolbar to allow users to customize the accessibility settings based on their needs. This tool helps user with access needs to adjust any web page so that it can be consumed irrespective of disability of the user.
You can refer to Accessibility Enabler user guide here to know more.
The Accessibility Enabler widget has over 30 accessibility options to customize the users website experience. To activate the widget, click the blue Accessibility Enabler icon located on the far right edge, towards the middle of the screen. This will open an accessibility tray. Scroll left and right to expand the menu, and click to user to choose options.
Give Us Your Feedback
We are committed to providing an accessible service. If you experience problems or have any suggestions for improvement please get in touch with us. We do continuous improvement based on your feedback. Click here for accessibility contact form. We try to respond to feedback within 3 business days.
Questions? Please contact Elisa by email [email protected] or call (802) 265-0092.
Accessibility Statement for Vermont Abenaki Artists Association
We are committed to making our website as accessible as possible to everyone, including those with visual, hearing, cognitive and motor impairments. We’re constantly working towards improving the accessibility of our website to ensure we provide equal access to all of our users.
We always make sure that our website follows accessibility best practices by following the principles of universal design. This ensures the site is flexible and adaptable to different users’ needs or preferences and is accessible through a variety of different technologies, including mobile devices or assistive technologies.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
Wherever possible, our site will adhere to ADA guidelines and level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1). These guidelines outline four main principles that state that sites should be:
- Perceivable – Information and user interface components must be presentable to users in ways they can perceive
- Operable – User interface components and navigation must be operable
- Understandable – Information and the operation of user interface must be understandable
- Robust – Content must be robust enough that it can be interpreted reliably by a wide variety of user agents, including assistive technologies