Fast and Easy Document Remediation
Accessibility is everywhere; we just don’t always recognize it. If you get frustrated when you can’t find what you need online, then you have experienced a taste of what disabled people experience every time they can’t access the information they need (especially when they know it’s there—somewhere). We’ll show you the easy route to accessible document compliance.
What do we do?
Simply put, we make your documents accessible to everyone. We provide document remediation services to assist with the conversion of your existing, non-compliant documents. Your remediated documents allow every viewer complete access to the information you provide regardless of ability. We ensure you documents are in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 508 standards, and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
Whom Do We Serve?
Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires all agency-official communication to be accessible to everyone. We will remove all accessibility barriers from your documents, allowing your agency to meet the required accessibility standards.
Businesses (Private & Public)
We cater to all businesses, both private and public. Whether you own a manufacturing company, a convenience store, or anything in between, we will handle all of your electronic accessibility needs.
All educational materials, forms, and other information provided by your school must be accessible to students, educators, parents, etc. Whether your motivation is to comply with Section 504 or a state law similar to California’s AB434 or simply because you know it’s the right thing to do, we can help!
Whether a hospital, clinic, or other medical facility, your applications, benefits, billing information, etc. must be accessible to everyone regardless of ability.
In today’s digital world, publishing accessible content is vital if you want to reach all your potential readers. We will remediate your existing content to ensure accessibility as well as assist you in creating new accessible content.
Basically, if you need digital accessibility, we’ve got you covered! Digital accessibility is our specialty, and we are ready to assist you in providing your content inclusively. Contact us today to see how we can serve you!
How Do You Make Documents Accessible?
Document accessibility shield certified ADA compliant by Get ADA DocsFor a document to be accessible, it needs a tagging structure. The tagging structure is read by assistive technology, such as screen readers, to provide an accurate conveyance of the content. Without a proper tagging structure, assistive technology will either not process anything, only process parts of the content, or process the content out of order.
Our expert accessibility team works with every page of your document to add and/or remediate tags to ensure a proper tagging structure. We add tags for things such as headings, tables, images, lists, hyperlinks, alternative text for non-text elements, and metadata. We also test and adjust colors to meet color contrast requirements and confirm your documents are accessible with both automated and manual testing.
We invite you to read more about our document remediation process on our Document Remediation page. Whether you are motivated by legal requirements or a sincere desire to provide access to everyone regardless of ability, our digital accessibility solutions let you provide accessible content to everyone, all the time. If you are ready to get started right away, fill out the form below, and an accessibility expert will contact you within 24–48 hours to show you how we can provide the accessibility you need.
I’m Ready To Get Accessible Now!
Our team of accessibility experts is ready to handle all your accessibility needs. From document compliance to complete web accessibility and design, Get ADA Docs helps your organization put accessibility first. Complete the form below to let us know how we may assist with your digital accessibility, helping you meet Americans with Disability Act (ADA) guidelines, Section 508, and other accessibility standards your organization requires.