Take the time-consuming guess work out of writing your own accessibility policy or statement. Let WeCo’s Accessibility Team draft a custom policy that puts your organization in the best light for accessibility!
Working with WeCo Accessibility Specialists, all of whom live with one or more disability, is a unique experience of inclusion. Our process is guided, seeks your input to develop a policy that represents your work, and helps your staff build a stronger knowledge of accessibility and inclusion along the way.
Your service includes:
- A simple form to complete that tells us about your accessibility work.
- Hand-crafted policy, by a WeCo Accessibility Specialist, who is fluent in US and international accessibility requirements.
- Suggestions on how to improve the way you present your accessibility efforts, to create a stronger document, and mitigate risk.
- Personable interaction with your Accessibility Specialist to fine-tune your policy.
- A polished, fully accessible, final policy document, ready for website posting centered on current Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) criterion.
- Working with a WeCo Accessibility Specialist who is also an expert at living life with one or more disability.
NOTE: Final document will be structured for complete digital accessibility by our Accessibility Specialists who focus on document work.
For more information, contact WeCo Accessibility Services directly at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 855-849-5050 x1
What is an accessibility policy?
Accessibility policies (or statements) tell your customers and users the story of your accessibility efforts. This gives them confidence that they will be able to access and use your site or software, and find the information they need. It is also solid step in legal risk management, recommended by the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C).
We find that accessibility policies encourage good communication between you and the people you want to reach.
WeCo’s Accessibility Blog is a great resource to learn more.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Overview