Accessibility Statement for AG Nutrition Ltd
Accessibility statement for AG Nutrition Ltd
This statement only applies to the online services available at https://www.adamgreernutrition.com.
1.0. Using this website and the online services it provides.
1.1. This website was created by Adam Greer, Director and Owner of AG Nutrition Ltd, using the hosting service wix.com.
1.2.The services available online via Adam Greer Nutrition are facilitated by the use of other service providers such as:
1.2.1. Vimeo, for video hosting of educational courses and other streaming videos.
1.2.2. Zoom for delivery of consultations and live online training courses.
1.2.3. Swandoola.com for nutritional therapy clinic management.
1.3. AG Nutrition Ltd would like as many people as possible to be able to use this website and its services. For example, that means you should be able to:
1.3.1. Change colours, contrast levels and fonts.
1.3.2. Zoom in up to 300% without the text spilling off the screen.
1.3.3. Get from the start of the service to the end using just a keyboard.
1.3.4. Get from the start of the service to the end using speech recognition software.
1.3.5. Listen to the service using a screen reader (including the most recent versions of JAWS, NVDA and VoiceOver).
1.4. AG Nutrition Ltd have also made the text in the service as simple as possible to understand.
1.5. AbilityNet advises on making your device easier to use if you have a disability.
2.0. How accessible this service is
2.1. This website has been created and modified using the “Accessibility Wizard” feature provided by its hosting provider Wix.com to improve accessibility to all users. However, some parts of the website may not be fully accessible. For example:
2.1.1. The educational videos available via the Programs section of the website do not currently include transcripts. However detailed written course presentation slide are available to download as standard which contain the same explanations of their contents for partially and fully deaf participants. As the videos are updated, these will include transcripts for all participants.
2.1.2. Some activities in the groups or forums online may include attachments from participants in a format that may make the text less readable to AI audiovisual detection and translation tools, such as image files like .png or .jpg, however, participants will be encouraged to post or re-post text-containing attachments using .pdf or .doc formats.
2.1.3. Some video embedding features from Vimeo to Wix in the video section cannot be edited or amended by AG Nutrition Ltd and may make video content appear smaller than is standard when viewed outside of full-screen settings. However, an option to view all videos in full-screen mode is available.
3.0. Feedback and Contact Information
3.1. If you have difficulty using this service, contact Adam Greer by:
3.1.1. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
3.1.2. Call, SMS or WhatsApp: +447946151357
3.2. As part of providing this service, Adam may need to send you messages or documents. Adam will ask you how you want to messages or documents to be sent to you, but contact him if you need them in a different format—for example, large print or audio recording.
4.0. Reporting accessibility problems with this service
AG Nutrition is always looking to improve the accessibility of this service. If you find any problems that are not listed on this page or think parts of this website or its services are not meeting accessibility requirements, please contact: Adam Greer using the contact details provided in 3.1.1. and 3.1.2.
5.0. Enforcement procedure
5.1. The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is responsible for enforcing the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018 (the ‘accessibility regulations’). If you’re not happy with how we respond to your complaint, contact the Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS).
6.0. Technical information about this service’s accessibility
AG Nutrition Ltd is committed to making this service accessible in accordance with the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018.
6.1. Compliance status
[Note: say that the website is fully compliant if the website meets the WCAG 2.1 AA standard in full. Say that it’s partially compliant if it meets most requirements of the WCAG 2.1 AA standard. If it does not meet most requirements of the WCAG 2.1 AA standard, say that it’s not compliant.
If your website is either partially compliant or not compliant with the WCAG 2.1 AA standard, you’ll need to explain why. This will be due to one or both of the following:
non-compliances - this means the content in question is in scope of the regulations, but there’s an accessibility problem with it
an exemption - this means the inaccessible content is out of scope of the regulations, or it would be a disproportionate burden for you to make it accessible
There’s a legally required way of expressing the compliance status of your website, so do not change it. The 3 options are as follows:]
This service is fully compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1 AA standard.
This website is partially compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1 AA standard, due to [insert one of the following: ‘the non-compliances’, ‘the exemptions’ or ‘the non-compliances and exemptions’] listed below.
This website is not compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1 AA standard. The [insert one of the following: ‘non-compliances’, ‘exemptions’ or ‘non-compliances and exemptions’] are listed below.
[Note: delete the options that do not apply.]
Non accessible content
[Note: if the service is fully compliant with the WCAG 2.1 AA standard, you can leave the ‘Non accessible content’ section out.
Otherwise, don’t change the ’Non accessible content’ heading or the ‘The content listed below is non-accessible for the following reasons’ sentence - they’re legally required.
Do not change the ‘Non compliance with the accessibility regulations’, ‘Disproportionate burden’ and ‘Content that’s not within the scope of the accessibility regulations’ subheadings: they’re also legally required.
But if you need to list a lot of problems, you can break these subsections up with further subheadings - for example, ‘Navigation and accessing information’ or ‘Interactive tools and transactions’.]
The content listed below is non-accessible for the following reasons.
Non compliance with the accessibility regulations
[Note: In this subsection, list:
which of the WCAG 2.1 AA success criteria the problem fails on
when you plan to fix the problem
Do not include any problems where you’re claiming disproportionate burden, or where the problem is outside the scope of the regulations (those should go in the subsections below).]
[Note: in this subsection list accessibility problems you’re claiming would be a disproportionate burden to fix
Bear in mind that something which is a disproportionate burden now will not necessarily be a disproportionate burden forever. If the circumstances change, your ability to claim disproportionate burden may change too.]
Content that’s not within the scope of the accessibility regulations
[Note: in this subsection list accessibility problems that fall outside the scope of the accessibility regulations.]
What we’re doing to improve accessibility
[Note: publishing an accessibility roadmap is optional. It’s a good idea to publish one if you want to be specific about the order you’re planning to tackle accessibility issues, and there’s no space to do so in the accessibility statement itself.]
Preparation of this accessibility statement
[Note: the wording about when the statement was prepared is legally required, so do not change it.
This statement was prepared on [date when it was first published]. It was last reviewed on [date when it was last reviewed].
This website was last tested on [date]. The test was carried out by [add name of organisation that carried out the test, or indicate that you did your own testing].