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At Bayview Glen Day Camp, we strongly believe in including everyone... and this extends to our website. Accessibility, as it pertains to information technology, is about removing barriers that inhibit the access of certain groups, including people with disabilities, mature users, and non-native language learners. When you design or modify software or hardware to allow access by the greatest number of people, you make it accessible.

For those unfamiliar with accessibility issues pertaining to website design, consider that many users may be operating in contexts very different from your own:

• They may not be able to see, hear, move, or may not be able to process some types of information easily or at all.
• They may have difficulty reading or comprehending text.
• They may not have or be able to use a keyboard or mouse.
• They may have a text-only screen, a small screen, or a slow Internet connection.
• They may not speak or understand fluently the language in which the document is written.
• They may be in a situation where their eyes, ears, or hands are busy or interfered with (i.e. working in a loud environment, etc.).
• They may have an early version of a browser, a different browser entirely, a voice browser, or a different operating system.

We are pleased to offer various ways for all members of our community to view the site. Some of our features include:

• Skip to Content - someone using a smart-reader will not have to listen to the navigation bar over and over when they click a link. This feature only works for those using a smart-reader.
• Alt tags are used so links, when taken out of context, make sense. You will not see or hear these alt tags unless you are using the proper equipment.
• The words "go to" are used when refering to a link so smart-reader users understand the context of what to do.
• Provide users with text size options. Cookies are required to be 'on' for the site to remember the font size chosen when you visit again.
• Bulleted lists created without tables so everyone can read or hear them easily.
• The website offers three colour options for the visually, colour blind or mentally disabled.

Enjoy the site.

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