The National Disability Authority is committed to making its website accessible, in accordance with European Union (Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications of Public Sector Bodies) Regulations 2020.
This accessibility statement applies to content published on www.nda.ie.
This website is partially compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 level AA , due to the non-accessible content listed below.
Should you wish to contact us regarding accessibility please see the feedback and contact information section below. We will do our best to ensure that any content you request is made available and accessible in a timely manner.
Some content on NDA’s website does not fully comply with the European Union (Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications of Public Sector Bodies) Regulations 2020. For example:
- Some documents in PDF lack a correct table heading tab order or headings and some contents in the annexes of research reports, such as paper based surveys or questionnaires produced as part of the research may not be fully accessible
- Some icons and text do not yet have sufficient colour contrast
- Some links on the same page have identical link text
- Some ARIA tags need to be corrected
NDA staff are reviewing and improving the accessibility of PDFs and are working to address the other identified issues on an ongoing basis.
Preparation of this Accessibility Statement
This statement was prepared on 8th November 2022 following a review of a sample number of pages against all relevant WCAG 2.1 AA Success Criteria and relevant EN 301 549 clauses. This assessment was performed using a range to tools including:
- Chrome browser
- NVDA screen reader
- Automated testing using axe-core rules
- Manual testing and Keyboard-only navigation testing
- Adobe Acrobat Pro
Feedback and Contact Information
The National Disability Authority is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for persons with disabilities. We welcome feedback on the accessibility of this website.
Naomi’s role as Access Officer, is to provide, arrange for and/or coordinate assistance and guidance to persons with disabilities accessing the services we provide.
If you wish to request particular content in an accessible format please include the following details:
- Your required format.
- The content you wish to receive (please include the url of the content)
- Your name and email address.
We will make all reasonable efforts to fulfil your request.
For information on making a complaint under the Disability Act 2005 (No. 14 of 2005) please see our Complaints Protocol.
If you are not happy about our response to your complaint, you can ask the Ombudsman to look into your complaint. Here is the contact information for and guidance on making a complaint from the Office of the Ombudsman.
NDA’s Access Officer
Our Access Officer, Naomi Oldenburg, deals with queries and complaints about accessibility to our building.