We recognise the importance of making our website accessible to the largest possible audience and have attempted to design and develop this website to meet the needs of our users.
As such, we aim to comply with the [Priority 1 (A) and Priority 2 (AA)] accessibility checkpoints as defined by the World Wide Web Consortium’s (“W3C”) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines is part of the W3C’s web accessibility initiative which promotes usability and accessibility for people with disabilities.
We will regularly review the website to maintain this level of accessibility. As we continue to develop content on the website, we will work towards improving our adherence to the accessibility guidelines. Where issues arise, we will endeavour to fix the problem.
We welcome feedback from our users. For questions about our continuing efforts to make our website accessible to all users, report an accessibility problem or provide feedback, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
 We need to assess at what level our website is currently compliant and where we can improve.