The team here at Nevada Council on Problem Gambling is thrilled to announce we now provide better accessibility and usability on our website! To ensure our staff and community can access problem gambling information and state-wide resources, everyone can now customize their online experience through a range of support tools.
In an effort to provide an inclusive experience online, website visitors are now able to access a wide range of accessibility and language support tools to customize your digital experience through Recite Me’s assistive technology. Being able to offer this is essential to support over 25% of the population who may encounter barriers when exploring our website due to having a disability, learning difficulty, visual impairment, or if speaking English as a second language.
Did you know?
- 61 million adults (one in 4) in the United States live with a disability.
- 10.8% of people with a disability have a cognition disability with serious difficulty concentrating,
remembering or making decisions.
- 5.9% of people with a disability are deaf or have serious difficulty hearing.
- 4.6% of people with a disability have a vision disability with blindness or serious difficulty seeing even
when wearing glasses.
- 22% of US residents speak a language other than English as their first language.
On our website, you can now activate this inclusive support by clicking the button located on the center/right side of the page.
You can also click the “Accessibility & Languages” button in the top menu of our website.
Choose from a range of features including translation into over 100 languages, text-to-speech functionality, multiple reading aids, and customizable styling options. This includes adjustments to color, font type, and size.
To learn more about how to use this support, click here to visit our digital accessibility page.
Providing an inclusive experience online is extremely important to us! We are committed to providing better accessibility and usability across our website so our community can get the help they need.
Nevada Council on Problem Gambling is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization and an affiliate of the National Council on Problem Gambling. The Council does not take a position for or against legal gambling