It is the Crash Survivors Network's goal to make this website
useful to as wide of an audience as possible, including people with
disabilities. This is done by incorporating established
accessibility principles into the site's design and code.
The Crash Survivors Network's Web Accessibility Policy applies to content provided
directly on the Crash Survivors Network site. We encourage universal design for all websites, although we cannot be responsible for accessibility of sites that the Crash Survivors Network site links out to.
Even with the best of intentions, it is possible there may be accessibility
errors on this site. Please report these to Mary Suski of
What is Accessibility?
Accessible, universal design employs techniques to maximize a website's availability to all users,
regardless of physical or environmental limitations. Physical limitations include vision,
hearing, motor, and cognitive concerns and disabilities.
Some of these limitations are aided by the use of assistive
technologies, such as screen readers for people who have vision impairments.
Environmental limitations can include distracting surroundings, slow
internet connections, and the use of old or even cutting-edge technologies
to reach the Web.