This website,, is designed to be easily accessible to the broadest possible range of users and access devices and to adhere to the current international standards for accessibility and ease of use.


We want this website to be readily accessible to all users. If you have any issues using this site or have feedback regarding accessibility issues, please let us know via email:

Resources & Tools

The following free resources and tools may improve your experience on our website and others:

Better Web Browsing: Tips from the Web Accessibility Initiative on customizing your web browser.

NVDA: NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) is a downloadable screen reader.

Voiceover: Voiceover is the built-in screen reader on Mac computers and iOS devices.

ChromeVox: Chromevox is the screen reader built into the Chrome web browser.

FireVox: A screen reading extension for the Firefox web browser.

Internet Explorer Accessibility: Microsoft’s resource for accessibility with the Internet Explorer web browser.