Site Accessibility

We have made it a priority that and its content is freely available to all audiences, including those with special needs.

To that effect, our website adheres to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 which pertain to user friendliness that allows everyone to access information regardless of their personal situation. This includes people with disabilities who may need assisting technologies such as screen readers and other aids to access the information being shared on the site.

To ensure that these standards are upheld, has conducted detailed user experience testing across multiple browsers and device types including desktop computers, smartphones and tablets.

Browser Recommendations

We recommend using the most up-to-date versions of the Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge web browsers when visiting This guarantees that the site will look and function as intended. Most browsers have an auto-update function enabled by default.

The website was built with maximum accessibility in mind. Based on visitor analytics and contemporary tech trends, our site was designed for consistency across multiple browsers and operating systems, not to mention mobile devices. If you experience technical issues when browsing the site, please fill out the form below and submit so that we can identify the problem and take steps to fix it.

This website contains information in PDF (Portable Document Format) which is easy to download and view. You will need to install the free Adobe Reader app on your device (or an alternative PDF viewer of your choice) to open and view PDF files.

Can't access what you need?

Not wanting to rest on our AA WCAG 2.0 rating, if you have any questions or suggestions about accessing information on this site please contact us via the form below.

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