Not all VPAT’s
are created equal.
What is a VPAT and why you need one.
The Disability Inclusion and Accessibility Movement is gaining momentum, and it’s about time. Over 90% of digital content, including websites, mobile applications, and documentation are not accessible for people with disabilities. A VPAT, when developed with a Certified Accessibility Company, is a representation of your commitment to transforming your digital assets for compliance, access and usability for ALL people.
What is a VPAT.
A VPAT by definition is a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template created in accordance with Section 508, the Rehabilitation Act, to ensure organizations’ digital content is accessible for people with disabilities. This document demonstrates your level of conformance to WCAG 2.0 and 2.1 standards, outlining the extensive accessibility work that your team did in conjunction with Ablr.
Why you need it.
It is simply the right thing to do, as users with disabilities have been excluded for far too long. The VPAT is the final stage in ensuring your content is not only compliant and accessible, but usable for everyone, regardless of ability. Aside from doing the right thing, many organizations are now requiring that their vendor and partners have a VPAT. Ensuring your organization is accessible and inclusive will open hundreds of doors to new opportunities, collaborations and partnerships.
How to earn it.
DEI initiatives are never a one-step process, and neither is Accessibility and Disability Inclusion. Ablr will work with your team to develop a roadmap that will take your organization through the complete accessibility journey, contact an accessibility advocate to get started with your journey.
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Ablr is a mission-driven Disability Inclusion and Digital Accessibility organization committed to supporting the DEI community with the core purpose of ensuring all people, regardless of ability, have access to the same content, experiences and opportunities. Born from the DNA of America’s largest employer of the blind, we work to eliminate the digital divide, change mindsets, and create pathways for employment. Learn more about who we are and what we do on our Difference page.