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ADA Policy

Last updated: November 15, 2023

The Medical Wellness Association (MWA) is committed to ensuring that its website and online content are accessible to all individuals, including those with disabilities, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other applicable laws. This policy outlines MWA’s commitment to digital accessibility and the steps taken to provide an inclusive online environment.

Web Accessibility Standards:

MWA adheres to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, Level AA, to ensure that its website is perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust. This includes providing text alternatives for non-text content, implementing keyboard accessibility, ensuring readable and understandable text, and incorporating navigable and user-friendly interfaces.


  1. Web Development Team:The web development team is responsible for implementing and maintaining accessible design and functionality on the MWA website. This includes regular testing for accessibility, addressing identified issues promptly, and staying informed about best practices for digital accessibility.
  2. Content Contributors:Individuals responsible for creating and updating website content must adhere to accessibility guidelines. This includes providing alternative text for images, using heading structures appropriately, and ensuring that multimedia content is accessible.
  3. ADA Coordinator:The ADA Coordinator is the designated individual responsible for overseeing the organization’s compliance with the ADA, including digital accessibility. The ADA Coordinator will address concerns related to website accessibility and work with the web development team to implement necessary changes.

Accessibility Features:

MWA’s website includes the following accessibility features:

  1. Alternative Text:Images on the website are accompanied by descriptive alternative text to ensure that users with visual impairments can understand the content.
  2. Keyboard Navigation:The website is designed to be navigable using a keyboard, providing an accessible option for individuals who may not use a traditional mouse.
  3. Readable Text:Text on the website is presented in a readable font and size, with sufficient color contrast to enhance legibility.
  4. Captioning and Transcripts:Multimedia content, such as videos, includes captions or transcripts to make the information accessible to individuals with hearing impairments.

Complaint Procedure:

Users who encounter accessibility issues on the MWA website are encouraged to contact the ADA Coordinator. Complaints should be submitted in writing and include details about the specific accessibility barrier encountered.

ADA Coordinator:

Dr. Christopher Breuleux, President & CEO of the Medical Wellness Association.

Review and Revision:

This policy will be reviewed periodically to ensure its effectiveness and compliance with evolving digital accessibility standards. Any necessary revisions will be made to address changes in technology, guidelines, or organizational structure.