Our website has been developed based on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) regarding ADA compliance. Our goal is to have our content accessible to all guests, including those with various types of disabilities, including vision loss, hearing impairment, and limited dexterity.
We are constantly updating our website and checking content to ensure our accessibility remains up to code. If you have any issues, concerns, or questions regarding our website’s accessibility, please contact our team.
A feature that can be accessed from any page, skip navigation is used to jump over the menu links and go straight to the main content area of the page. You can find the skip navigation link by pressing tab and select it using enter.
We have implemented the use of “ALT” tags, or alternative text and “TITLE” tags for photography / images throughout our site. These tags provide a written description of the image for those who have images turned off in the browser. To turn the images off visit the settings section of your browser.
Google Chrome provides accessibility tools / extensions that can be added to your browser to enhance the user experience.
Our team runs accessibility checks and reports on PDF documents that are listed on our website. If you have any issues accessing any PDFs or other documents on our site please contact our team.
Our website is regularly updated with new content, images, and links. Because our site is ever changing we have developed an internal ADA checklist that our web team uses to test our compliance. If you have any issues, concerns or questions regarding our website accessibility we ask that you please contact our team.