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Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
At California Orthopaedic Specialists we are committed to ensuring that individuals with disabilities enjoy full access to our website. In recognition of this commitment, California Orthopaedic Specialists is in the process of making modifications to increase the accessibility and usability of this website, using the relevant portions of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) as our standard. Please be aware that our efforts are ongoing. If, at any time, you have difficulty using this website, or with a particular web page or function on this site, please contact us by phone 949-759-3600. Ask for the Accessibility Coordinator. We will make all reasonable efforts to assist you.

Web Content Accessibility Request
For assistance use this form. It will go directly to our Accessibility Coordinator. They will contact you to make arrangements to insure you have full access to all of our services. If you find some aspect of our site that is not accessible to you we will attend to it immediately. Click this link to access the Accessibility Form:

Web Content Accessibility Request form

Accessibility Privacy Statement: We will use your information to respond to you, regarding the reason you contacted us. We will not share your information with any third party outside of our organization, other than as necessary to fulfill your request, e.g. to ship an order, make a reservation, or any other arrangement.

ADA Web Accessibility Compliance Log

  1. Ran site against WAVE web accessibility tool as an extension of the Google Chrome browser.
  2. Corrected 2 red code errors dealing with navigation arrows on the opening slider.
  3. Increased contrast between background and foreground, check the site for errors.
  4. Eliminated 2 sections on the main page that were giving errors.
  5. Increased p font size.
  6. Changed site access colors.
  7. Changed header and footer background and text colors.
  8. Reversed the logo to white.
  9. Eliminated all contrast errors from the main page.
  10. Developed Web Accessibility page linked from the footer, accessible on all pages.
  11. Provide a statement on accessibility as well as the number of accessibility coordinators.
  12. Created a Privacy Practices web page as accessibility browsers may not read PDF.
  13. Tested site in 2nd ADA Evaluation Tool.
  14. Removed the last 3 remaining ADA errors regarding buttons that contained no text. The buttons were in javascript (not html) making the hard to find. Eliminated the colorbox function that contained the errors. This had no functionality within the site.
  15. Created a web accessibility form where a disabled person can send a message to the Web Accessibility Coordinator within the organization.
  16. Tested the form for accessibility. Removed CSS from the form. The form contains no critical issues, no warnings, and no contrast warnings.
  17. Added anti-spam capability to form. Link to form from the Web Accessibility web page.
  18. This site has no accessibility critical errors, no contrast errors, and few warnings. The warnings do not affect accessibility of the site.