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1. Tools and techniques for people with disabilities to use our website

This page introduces some of the techniques and tools that people with disabilities use to interact with the web — web browser settings, text-to-speech, voice recognition, and many more.

Note: This page is illustrative and is not a complete list of all the ways that people interact with the web.

At Compas, we strive to make our website accessible to everyone. We view accessibility as an ongoing effort and are continually seeking solutions that will bring all areas of our website to the same level of overall web accessibility.

1.1. Tips to customize your particular web browser and computer setup

  • – Optimize Your Computer Setup – see details
    – Difficulty Hearing Audio on Websites? – see details
    – Difficulty Typing and Using Your Keyboard? – see details
    – Difficulty Using the Mouse? – see details
    – Difficulty Understanding and Navigating Websites? – see details

1.2. Tools and preferences

  • Some common approaches for interacting with the Web include:
Assistive Technologies – software and hardware that people with disabilities use to improve interaction with the web. These include screen readers that read aloud web pages for people who cannot read the text, screen magnifiers for people with some types of low vision, and voice recognition software and selection switches for people who cannot use a keyboard or mouse.
Adaptive Strategies – techniques that people with disabilities use to improve interaction with the Web, such as increasing text size, reducing mouse speed, and turning on captions. Adaptive strategies include techniques with standard software, with mainstream web browsers, and with assistive technologies.

1.3. Accessibility Assistance


If you have difficulty using or accessing any element of this website, please feel free to contact us and we will work with you to provide the information, item, or transaction you seek through a communication method that is accessible for you consistent with applicable law (for example, through telephone support).
This page has been edited based on Web Accessibility Initiative – for more informations, visit their website www.w3.org
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