Our practice recognizes the importance of ensuring that our website is accessible to those with disabilities.
This website endeavors to conform to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines as described by the ADA website and has been built using code compliant with W3C standards for HTML and CSS. The site displays correctly in current browsers and using standards compliant HTML/CSS code means any future browsers will also display it correctly.
We strive to maintain ADA standards for accessibility and usability and, to the best of our understanding, have made this website compliant. If you encounter anything on our website that you believe should be improved or corrected with regard to accessibility, please contact us immediately and we’ll make every effort to address that concern as soon as possible.
Please note that some documents on our site are produced in portable document format or PDF. In order to improve viewing of these files, please download the latest version of Adobe Reader or a comparable plugin for your browser, which is available for free at the Adobe web site. Alternative accessible formats also are provided, where possible, most commonly through a text or an HTML file that can be viewed natively by most browsers.