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To help ensure that this web site is easily accessible to the widest possible audience, EPIP followed guidelines created by the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Accessibility Initiative and current standards and practices for improving accessibility.
These accessibility guidelines influenced the design, technology and development methods used to create the site, helping to ensure that our content is available to everyone, regardless of physical disability or the type of mechanical device used to access this site.
Our site is designed to adapt to accessibility modifications made to your internet browser and computer operating system, such as enlarged type, high contrast screen settings, a variety of input devices and screen reader software.
However, even the best guidelines cannot guarantee 100% accessibility.
Should you experience difficulties in accessing specific content on this site, please contact us. We will attempt to provide you with the content you seek and will work to correct the issue.