Web Accessibility Statement
The American Association for Social Psychiatry (AASP) is committed to ensuring that our website is accessible to the widest possible audiences. The AASP website makes an effort to meet the standards set by the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) of the World Wide Web Consortium Web Accessibility Initiative (W3C WAI), Priority 2 level, removing significant barriers to accessing websites.
AASP webpages are designed for optimal viewing on the latest versions of web browsers, including most desktop browsers, and Chrome and Safari browsers for mobile devices.
Our current accessibility features include:
- Alternative (alt) text detail for appropriate images and other nontext elements.
- Title attributes for additional information about links and indication of new browser windows.
- Structural markup language to indicate headings and lists to aid in page comprehension.
- Association of forms with labels.
- Style sheets to enhance the appearance and functionality of the site.
- PDF files being created with accessibility features enabled.
- Sufficiently contrasting colors to satisfy screen readers.
- Contact information available on every screen.
- Links with title attributes or descriptive targets, written to make sense out of context. Link text is not duplicated.
As the AASP continues to improve the accessibility of our website, we will reflect any changes in this accessibility statement to communicate our progress.
If you have comments, questions, or suggestions regarding the accessibility of the site, please contact AASP.