Accessibility Statement

In order to promote giving all kids their best start toward lifelong success and resilience, we’re committed to making sure that our website is as fully accessible to their parents and caregivers as possible, no matter what physical, mental, or emotional challenges they face.

We recommend our visitors come to the site on the latest version of a Chrome, Firefox, or Safari browser with CSS and Javascript enabled, though other browsers and configurations should work reasonably well, also.

If you find anything on our site that makes it difficult or impossible for you to achieve your goals here, we ask your help in pointing it out to us. Please email us directly at so we can help you in person, and if it’s a matter of something in our website standing in your way, please email Deneb, our accessibility advocate, at