At ASCPM, we commit to ensuring that our website,, is accessible to all individual, regardless of their abilities or disabilities. The design of our website uses principles of universal design and accessibility. We strive to obtain adherence to the Section 508 Amendment to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, specifically Subpart B, Technical Standards, 1194.22; web-bas Intranet and Internet Information and Applications, including its 16 rules.

Furthermore, we evaluate our website against the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0). We aim to make it Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust.

While we understand that there is no one-size-fits-all solution for accessibility, we implement a range of features to make our website is user-friendly for everyone. Some of these features include:

Mobile-Friendly Design: The design of our website is responsive and accessible on various devices, ensuring a seamless experience for mobile users.

Text Alternatives: We provide text alternatives for all graphics and multimedia elements where appropriate, making content accessible to those who use screen readers or have difficulty viewing images.

Category Submenus: Our category main pages feature clear submenus to facilitate navigation and content discovery.

Color Contrast and Text Size: We offer methods for users to adjust color contrast, enlarge text size, and switch to grayscale contrast to accommodate individual preferences and needs.

Site Map: We provide a comprehensive site map to help users locate any page on our website efficiently.

Alt Text Tags: Images on our website contain descriptive Alt Text tags to provide context and information for users with visual impairments. In some cases, alt tags are not set for images. For example, images that are decorative should not have alt-tags.

Skip Tags: We have implement skip tags to allow keyboard and screen reader users to bypass repetitive content and easily navigate to the main content of each page.

Field Labels: Clear and descriptive field labels are found in forms to assist users in filling out information accurately.

Video Integration: We will embed images within a page when relevant, reducing user confusion and improving the overall experience. Descriptions are given for videos, and we enable closed-captions whenever possible. In some cases, ASCPM is not the owner of video content. We will always try to have close captioning on videos. If you cannot read the content on a video, please contact us.

We understand that accessibility standards are evolving.  We commit to continually evaluate and modify to incorporate improvements and adapt to new technologies. If you encounter any accessibility barriers while using our website or have feedback on how we can enhance accessibility further, please do not hesitate to contact us at We value your input and are commit to making our content accessible to all users. Please know that all emails will be read and given a prompt response if appropriate.

Thank you for choosing ASCPM, where accessibility and inclusivity are at the forefront of our digital presence.