Web Accessibility Statement
Williams Physiotherapy is dedicated to ensuring its website is available to everyone, including those with disabilities. In commitment to this, we are constantly reviewing and improving our website to deliver equal access to all individuals.
Williams Physiotherapy has dedicated significant funds and resources to ensure that our website is easy to access for people with special needs. We are continually updating our website to make it simple for those with visual, hearing, cognitive, and motor impairments so they, too, can participate in an enjoyable user experience.
You can access the Williams Physiotherapy Accessibility Menu by clicking on the accessibility menu icon in the top right corner of every page.
Williams Physiotherapy accessibility improvements are ongoing because we want to provide everyone with an easy and effortless experience. And yet, despite our best efforts to make continuous improvements, some of our content may not be updated to match the strictest accessibility standards, resulting from not yet identifying the most effective solution. And yet we make all reasonable efforts for all content — including PDF files posted on this website — to be accessible.
Work to Do
Williams Physiotherapy is continually improving our Alternative Text — also known as Alt Text — to help ensure images that present valuable information will include meaningful Alt text for screenreader users. To simplify and provide a better user experience, photos or graphics for decorative purposes won’t contain alt text.
We’re Here For You
Williams Physiotherapy is always here to help you with any questions, difficulties, or assistance you may need when using our website. Please feel free to contact us here or at (506) 206-0166, and we will be happy to help you.
Accessibility Problem or Suggestion
If you have a problem, concern, or suggestion about the Williams Physiotherapy website, click here and provide us with your feedback. We value and review all feedback received, utilizing it to discover new ways to accommodate all users and improve our website’s accessibility.
Updated: September 2022