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How Can We Help You?

Accessible.org provides free digital accessibility resources used around the world. We have helped thousands of people in the United States, United Kingdom, India, Canada, Germany, Australia, China, Pakistan, Taiwan, Poland, Finland, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, Nigeria, and many other countries with website accessibility and compliance.

Our free resources include downloadable WCAG 2.1 AA and 2.2 AA checklists, accessibility statement template, accessibility policy template, accessibility project platform, and 50+ guides on accessibility and compliance.

We also offer website accessibility training and website accessibility services to ensure our community has all of the information and expertise necessary to make their digital experiences accessible.

If you have a question, we invite you to contact us directly.

ADA Website Compliance Guides

We have two major guides which explain what is necessary to make your website compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Our complete guide to ADA website compliance thoroughly explains the law, the legal landscape, and what services are necessary to follow best practices for ADA compliance. This guide contains a section on new new web update to ADA Title II regulation.

We also have a guide dedicated to explaining the new ADA Title II website accessibility rule. This guide sets explains who is required to be compliant, what the WCAG 2.1 AA technical standard means for compliance, and the five content exceptions under the new rule.

These guides are thorough and will help anyone understand what is required for ADA compliance.

WCAG Training

Ultimately, digital accessibility is a fully manual exercise. While tools like scans, browser extensions (not widgets), and artificial intelligence (AI) can certainly help while working on accessibility, there is no way to automate the process of making a website or other digital asset accessible.

This is, in part, why we so strongly advocate for training: we want more people to become experts in accessibility.

Accessibility is a specialized skill that improves with experience, but anyone – even non-technical beginners – can advance their game just by studying WCAG for one hour.

And there can even be accessibility specialization for the different roles involved in development, design, and content management. Let’s look at how this can happen:

  • A designer can focus in on success criteria that deal specifically with the design of a website.
  • A content manager can become in expert in the accessibility of text, images, audio, and video.
  • A web developer can specialize in coding that conforms to WCAG standards.

While many people are focused on software and automation, it’s actually WCAG training enables the digital world to become accessible at scale.

We offer the WCAG Course to help everyone learn the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines as fast as possible.

Website Accessibility Services

We also offer all of the manual services necessary to make your website, mobile app, or other digital content accessible and WCAG conformant. Our services include:

  • Audits
  • Remediation
  • User Testing

Visit our accessibility services pricing page to calculate an estimate of your cost.

Accessibility Documentation

Many of our clients also request documentation of their accessibility. We offer the following documents:

  • Statement of Conformance
  • Accessible.org Certification
  • User Testing Certification
  • VPAT / ACR

All documents result from our services. The only document we charge for is an Accessibility Conformance Report (ACR) that results from the completion of the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT).

We also provide a recording of the user testing session that shows an accessibility professional who is blind or visually impaired relating their experience while using a website or other digital asset.

Accessibility Compliance

More and more laws and regulations in the U.S. and internationally are mandating digital accessibility.

In 2024, we have already seen the Department of Justice (DOJ) publish a historic new web accessibility rule under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) issue an update to regulation under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act that included the same digital accessibility requirements as the Title II rule.

Because of the magnitude of the new ADA Title II rule, we created an ADA Title II Resource Center to help state and local governments and associated public entities with compliance.

Additionally, compliance deadlines for laws such as the European Accessibility Act (EAA) and Colorado HB21-1110 are fast approaching.

Of course, there are other laws that already require digital accessibility including the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.

Because material compliance for these laws generally centers around WCAG 2.0 AA or WCAG 2.1 AA conformance, our services and training help clients with compliance for laws that specifically require website accessibility as well general anti-discrimination laws such as the California Unruh Civil Rights Act and the New York State and City Human Rights Laws.

Website Accessibility Lawsuits

In the United States, there are over two dozen plaintiffs’ law firms who are actively involved in sending demand letters or filing complaints concerning website accessibility in state and federal court. Plaintiffs’ lawyers claim that website owners are violating the Americans with Disabilities Act and other laws because the defendants’ websites are allegedly inaccessible.

Many of our clients request help with preventing lawsuits and/or making sure they are never sued again.

Our services not only help clients follow best practices for ADA compliance, but we can provide documentation – including a recorded user testing session – that demonstrates accessibility.

For training that immediately and strategically addresses the technical accessibility issues that are most likely to lead to a lawsuit, sign up for our ADA Compliance Course.

Accessibility Consultation

We have helped all types of organizations – from small businesses to local governments to Fortune 500 companies – with digital accessibility. Sometimes there are questions that are specific to your individual situation that you need help with.

For those organizations that need our expertise, we’re happy to provide digital accessibility consulting to make sure your projects are organized and headed in the right direction.

If you would like to work with Accessible.org, contact us and we’ll be right with you.