Accessibility Features

Accessing the STP® Website

The Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work (CCRW) is a Canada-wide network of organizations and individuals. Our mission is to promote and support meaningful and equitable employment of persons with disabilities. Our vision is to create a Canada where all persons with disabilities have equal employment opportunity.

We are a cross disability organization and as such we’re committed to meeting the needs of all persons with disabilities. We ensure everyone in our community has equal opportunity to obtain, use, or benefit from our services. We deliver services in a manner that respects person’s dignity and independence.

While we have made every effort to have our content accessible to everyone, some users may experience problems with some additional or third-party content, links, etc. Should such an issue arise, please contact us at bepinfo@ccrw.org.  We will be happy to assist you and provide alternate resources when applicable. 

Website Accessibility

At the CCRW, we have made every effort to achieve accessibility standards, including the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative, W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

Our goal was to create a website that is accessible to all.

Some users may experience accessibility issues while visiting our site. Should such an issue arise, please contact us at bepinfo@ccrw.org (1 800 664 0925 x 228). We will be happy to assist you.

 

Accessible features

Along the top of every page are several options to allow for the best possible user experience at www.stp-pac.ca.

Options such as text size, website contrast, and language can be adjusted. They are detailed below.

Adjusting text size

You can change the size of the font using these buttons located at the top of every page:

Font size buttons

These buttons increase the text size from smallest  to medium (default) to large.

If you would like to further adjust the font size on the website, every modern browser allows for font size adjustment.  The BBC Website contains a fantastic resource to adjusting this in all browsers.

Adjusting contrast

Using these buttons you can adjust the contrast in which the website is presented. This may allow certain users to view the content more clearly. Contrast buttons are located at the top of every page:

Site Contrast buttons

These buttons change the contrast from high (+), to default (=), to low (-).

Using a keyboard to navigate around this site

Most browsers allow you to navigate using the Tab key to jump from link to link. To navigate backwards, use Shift + Tab.

Links which open in a new window

Links which open in a new window are marked with the following icon: (an exclamation mark with a circle around it)  New window Icon. In order to notify users of a potential navigation change, this icon has alt text indicating "The following link will open in a new window".

Tell us how we’re doing

At the CCRW, we have made every effort to adhere to the accessibility standards, including the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative, W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

Please e-mail any questions, comments, or concerns to bepinfo@ccrw.org (1 800 664 0925 x 228).