For wheelchair accessibility, Seattle SSI is on the ground floor with no stairs. The most narrow door is 28 inches wide. Bathroom access is a porta-potty that will need lifting up one step. Please inform us of any support needed in making the space more accessible.
Seattle Sensory & Structural Integration Therapy is committed to providing a positive user experience for every user. As part of this effort, Seattle Sensory & Structural Integration Therapy is dedicated to learning more about the various abilities and how we can design https://www.seattle-ssi.com to offer a quality online experience to visitors with disabilities that is full and equal to that provided to visitors without disabilities.
To assist in achieving our accessibility goals, Seattle Sensory & Structural Integration Therapy is continuously learning about web accessibility and web accessibility standards (aka WCAG 2.0). We currently have included text alternatives, meta titles, descriptions, image alt text, and proper headline structures. We update our site as we learn more about accessibility solutions. Seattle Sensory & Structural Integration Therapy continues to take the steps necessary to achieve substantial improvements towards WCAG 2.0. We will continue to assess our website, including the use of assistive technologies.
Please note that we are continuously learning and growing our efforts in making our website more accessible. We encourage you to contact us with questions, feedback, or concerns about the accessibility of any part of https://www.seattle-ssi.com, please contact us at .
If you do encounter an accessibility issue, please be sure to specify the Web page/URL in your email, and we will make all reasonable efforts to address your concerns.