Accessibility statement

Children’s Wisconsin is committed to making our website accessible to all, including those people with disabilities. To do this, we are actively working with consultants, development staff, and the audience to help increase the accessibility and user-friendliness of our site, such as implementing closed captioning on all our videos and making sure the readers can read non-text elements on the page (such as images).

We are continually trying to improve the accessibility. We are working to conform to the Level A standards of World Wide Web Consortium (W3) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1. Our efforts to make our site accessible are ongoing as we strive to make the site more readily available to everyone.

And while we are still striving to get better, we encourage you to fill out our Web Accessibility form if you are having any issues accessing our site or would like to provide feedback on our web accessibility.

Thank you for visiting our site.