DRW has long been committed to producing a wide variety of accessible formats for its informational materials. This is so individuals can always acquire needed disability rights information in a manner that is relevant and respectful.
As technology evolves, so does the race to provide innovative and immediate accessibility. Because disability is so diverse, what is accessible to one may be inaccessible to another. (Audio, for example, may be necessary for an individual who is blind and uses a screen reader, but this same format would be useless for someone who is deaf or hard of hearing.)
DRW recognizes it is impossible for each web feature to be accessible to all people at all times. Our strategy for web accessibility, then, is to provide the same key information in enough varied formats so that it is always accessible, engaging, inspiring, informative and relevant to each web user, no matter content form.
This means the DRW website continuously evolves, and DRW's web designers continuously learn new strategies for accessibility. DRW strives to provide state-of-the-art accessibility in online platforms.
If DRW has failed to do this, and you encounter information on our website which you cannot access, please let us know so that we can correct this error. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.