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Accessible Site Design

We at The Youthhood are committed to making our site accessible to a wide variety of users, including those with disabilities. Our Web developers follow the University of Minnesota Accessibility of Information Technology Web Accessibility Standards (this link will open in a new browser window).

We have:

  • Developed accessible pages, by:
    • Using large appealing graphics so you can see what we're talking about,
    • Describing graphics with text (in case you use a screen reader),
    • Using colors that contrast well to make information readable, and
    • Lots more!
  • Tested our sites using various tools, such as (these links will open in a new window):
  • Had adults and youth with disabilities evaluate our site for accessibility.

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If you find pages that are not readable or accessible, please let us know by using the Contact Us form. We want to hear from you!

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