SACOG is striving to ensure that the Web pages at www.regionalgateway.org are accessible to the disabled and can be used with screen readers.
Navigation and GraphicsNavigation for the site's main sections can be found at the top of each page. Navigation for the sub-sections is found on the left hand side. In addition a site map can be found at www.regionalgateway.org/sitemap.cfm. Links to the site map can be found at the bottom of every page.
Images on our web site are accompanied by alternate text image tags that should be readable if your browser supports the alt-text function.
If you have any suggestions for improving accessibility features of our Web site, please contact Jason McNeill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many of our documents are available in PDF format. Version 6.0 of Adobe Reader, formerly called Acrobat Reader, now includes a built-in Read Out Loud option.
Reader 6.0 synthesizes the text in Adobe PDF files into speech, using a regular Windows or Macintosh computer, so anyone can read basic Adobe PDF text files aloud, even without a screen reader. For more information about this new feature please read Adobe Acrobat 6.0 and Accessibility.
The Read Out Loud Option can be accessed by using the following key board short cuts:
View single page — Shift + Ctrl + V
Read entire document — Shift + Ctrl + B
The Read Out Loud Option in Reader seems to work better with PDF files than most screen readers.
To download a copy of the free reader please visit http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
Most Web pages that include a form have contact information for the staff member responsible for the project. If a web page has an on-line form that is not accessible, please contact the staff member listed.
If you have questions or comments regarding SACOG's compliance with the ADA, please contact Rebecca Thornton Sloan at email@example.com.