Website Accessibility Statement
Wasinger Law Office, PLLC is committed to serving the needs of all of its residents and guests, with the goal to ensure access to information for a diverse audience, including without limitation people with disabilities. Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to websites by people with disabilities. Please be aware that our efforts are significant and ongoing.
The firm website may provide some links to third-party websites whose external policies may differ from those of Wasinger Law Office, PLLC. The firm encourages third parties to which the firm may provide links, to achieve and maintain access for a diverse audience, including without limitation people with disabilities. The firm is interested in hearing from its online users and will do its best to address any challenges identified.
If you have questions or concerns, would like to request information be provided to you in an alternative format, or encounter an issue with the firm’s website accessibility you can help us remediate the issue by one of the following methods:
- Visit us located at 605 E. Robinson St., Suite 730, Orlando, FL 32801;
- Email our ADA Accessibility Team at email@example.com. We will work with the Firm’s accessibility and information technology consultants and employees, as needed, to address your accessibility concerns.
Please see below a list of the most popular screen readers available for download by its creators:
- Apple macOS: VoiceOver, a screen-reader built into Apple’s operating systems.
- Linux: Orca, a free, open-source, flexible, and extensible screen reader.
- Microsoft Windows: NonVisual Desktop Access (NV Access), a free and open-source portable screen reader.
Generally, we use Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) to create pages and documents on the city’s website that are accessible to people who use screen reading software.
The website also contains many Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format) files, which the firm is working to optimize for accessibility. According to Adobe, Acrobat Reader DC, which anyone can download free of charge, contains many capabilities specifically designed to make it easier for people with disabilities to read PDF files, including those not yet optimized for accessibility. Adobe states, “All versions of Adobe Acrobat DC, Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, Acrobat Standard DC and Acrobat Pro DC provide support for the accessible reading of PDF files by persons with disabilities.” Adobe states that the software leverages accessibility functions built into Apple macOS and Microsoft Windows operating systems and allows adjustment of user preferences to optimize the reading experience for a variety of disabilities.
Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Acrobat Reader accessibility features statement
Download Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
Contact Adobe Systems, Inc. if you are having trouble installing or using their products.
A publication by Adobe, “Accessing PDF Documents with Assistive Technology: A Screen Reader User’s Guide”.
Accessible Videos and Hearings
The firm is working on closed captioning to make new, recent, and past videos more accessible. The Firm will also provide a sign language interpreter at any public meeting for a person with a hearing impairment. Both of these services will be provided upon request, free of charge. We ask for up to five business days’ notice to secure such services.
Operating System & Browser Accessibility Information
Many popular operating systems and browsers contain built-in accessibility tools that may provide additional assistance to persons with disabilities.
Upgrade your browser to enjoy the latest accessibility features.
For additional information and resources regarding accessibility issues, please refer to the following:
United States Access Board
W3C Web Accessibility Initiative Resources
W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Overview
Thank you for your patience as we continue our ongoing accessibility efforts.