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WeCo President, Lynn Wehrman (center) poses with representatives from China as a part of the US Department of State’s “Access for All” Americans with Disabilities Act Tour in July 2015.

WeCo’s Company Statement:

WeCo is a company where the challenges people live with are viewed as an opportunity to educate and improve access to information, products and services. Thus, the focus of WeCo’s mission and business philosophy has always been one of acceptance and inclusion.  WeCo  will continue to be a company where people of all backgrounds, races, religions, genders, sexual orientations and personal beliefs, can come together to work toward a shared goal of making the world more accessible to individuals living with disabilities.

We feel it’s important to emphasize that WeCo’s stance towards our clients, testers, staff, board members, volunteers and the public, remains unchanged and is upheld in our policies and practices.

WeCo Digital Accessibility Services:
Who we are and what we do

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WeCo connects organizations with Accessibility Specialists and Testers who live with disabilities.

 WeCo provides training and testing and auditing services for web page/software digital accessibility by putting you in touch with people who live with disabilities, and accessibility, every day. Our goal is to help your projects reach  Section 508, ADA or WCAG 2.0 AA requirements.  WeCo services go beyond “checklist style” auditing software.

What makes WeCo different from traditional digital accessibility services?

WeCo’s service are focused on giving our clients contact with  actual users who live with disabilities. As a mission-based for-profit company,  90% of our staff team live with a disability.

WeCo is a place where talented individuals, who are often overlooked by traditional work environments, can grow and contribute.