The Minnesota Council on Disability (MCD) is committed to providing all individuals–with or without disabilities–access to our website, documents and resources.
Some users may not be able to see, hear or process information in particular formats, may have difficulty reading or understanding text, or may not be able to use a keyboard or a mouse. We have developed our information, website, and web content to ensure compatibility with common adaptive technologies by utilizing the [State of Minnesota Accessibility Standard (PDF)], which is based on [Section 508] of the Rehabilitation Act (as amended) and the [Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0].
If information on a MCD web page or in a document is not accessible to you, please send an email to email@example.com. In your email, please provide your contact information, the URL (i.e., link or web address) of the material and the problem you have experienced. We will respond with the information you are seeking. In addition, we will ensure the accessibility issue is corrected to avert continuing accessibility problems.
We will continue to review and update our documents and website to ensure compliance with current and future standards.
MSCOD Website Accessibility Features
Accessibility features of the MSCOD website include:
- Consistent look and navigation for all pages
- Images that contain meaningful alternative text
- Links that are visually distinct and link text clearly describes their purpose
- Text alternatives provided for any audio and/or video content
- Forms and other interactive elements that can be submitted/operated without use of a mouse or other pointing device
Links to External Publications and Websites
The MCD website contains links to non-MCD publications and websites. We have no control over the accuracy or accessibility of these non-MCD publications and external websites. Links are provided as a service to our audience, in an effort to provide additional information where applicable.
Documents and Plugins
Documents on the MCD website are provided in either Portable Document Format (PDF) or Microsoft Word formats, unless otherwise noted. Free document viewers can be downloaded from the following links: