Every day, Attiva-Mente is committed to promoting inclusion and breaking down the mental and physical barriers that people with disabilities have to face.
Access to information is an inalienable right, and in the digital age, the enjoyment of this right must be within everyone's reach, not only in regards to television or print media, but also via the internet.
For this reason, Italy introduced the “Legge Stanca” (Tired Law?- non so se tradurla/ come tradurla esattamente) in 2004. This law establishes precise guidelines containing both the technical requirements and the methodologies for testing the accessibility of websites.
Those/ the bodies who have had to adapt to this law are limited (public administrations, economic public bodies, transport and telecommunications companies ...), yet the fact remains that complying with these requirements should be a moral obligation for all those who reside/have sites on the internet.
Attiva-Mente's commitment is, and will continue to be, to ensure access for the greatest number of people to the information contained on its site, adapting and trying to comply with all the main guidelines provided by the W3C, with the belief that reducing disadvantage situations increases and improves the browsing and learning experience for everyone.
Below are the main measures adopted by Attiva-Mente to increase the accessibility of its site.