We are committed to ensuring that our site is accessible to all users. This website has been developed using
guidelines established by Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (as amended). Section 508 was enacted to eliminate
barriers to information technology, to make available new opportunities for people with disabilities and to encourage
the development of new technologies to help achieve these goals. This law requires that all individuals with
disabilities have access to information and data comparable to that which is available to individuals without
The Reeve Foundation has partnered with eSSENTIAL Accessibility to provide you a specialized web browser at no charge.
Individuals who have trouble typing, moving a mouse or reading can't access the web without assistive technology.
See the complete list of features.
It is the foundation of a Disability Community Involvement initiative launched in association with leading advocacy
groups for the disabled. Click on this icon to visit www.essentialaccessibility.com
where assistive technology is available free of charge.
eSSENTIAL Accessibility features an array of keyboard and mouse replacement solutions to enhance user experience
and to help make the web accessible to all. These "alternative input methods" include a webcam-based hands-free
movement tracking system that allows users to overcome any physical limitation. It also includes a web page reader.
The Reeve Foundation is proud to be a Founding member of this Disability Community Involvement initiative to
create shared value. It reflects our commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, Corporate Citizenship and Social
Make the most of your current browser Your regular Internet browser has built-in features to make your surfing much easier. The accessibility settings
are helpful to people with visual difficulties, hearing loss, discomfort in their hands or arms, or reasoning and
Depending on your browser, you can:
Zoom in on a web page to magnify text, images, and controls on the page
Change text size and font style
Set up a style sheet to format documents to your preferences
Choose or ignore colors used on web pages making them easier to see by changing the text, background, link and hover colors
Maintain operating system preferences like high contrast mode and color preferences so they work in your browser
Note: Changing text size is built into our website. Click the [+] Text or [-] Text icons at the top of most pages. Refresh the page to get it back to normal size.
Use the Tab key Almost anywhere on our site, pressing the Tab key will jump you from clickable link to clickable link (and the
text boxes), and always in the same order. Look for a faint dotted-line surrounding the link to see where you are.
When you first come to a page and hit Tab, the faint-dotted line will be in the upper left, around the link for
English. When you land on a link you want, hit Return or Enter to select it.
The site map shows you every link on the site, in plain text, in an outline format. This makes
it very easy to use the Tab key to navigate to any part of the site.