Web Accessibility

The web accessibility help below may be useful if you are having difficulty accessing the information on our website. You may also contact us at director@louisarmstrongfoundation.org and we will be happy to provide you the information through other means.

1. Increase Text Size

With almost all current web browsers, you can increase text size on a web page by holding down the Ctrl key (Command key on a Macintosh) and pressing the + (plus) key.
More on changing text size >

2. Help Navigating the Website

If you find it difficult to navigate the website using your mouse see these instructions on navigating without a mouse.
Common keyboard commands you can use to navigate web pages without a mouse >

3. Use Your Computer to Read Web Pages Out Loud

BrowseAloud is a free browser plug-in that allows you to listen to the web pages you visit. It works from smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac.
Download BrowseAloud >

This information and more web accessibility help can be found on the Social Security Administration website.