NINDS Accessibility Policy

The Web pages of the National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke have been designed to make them accessible to all users and compatible with screen readers and other assistive technologies. However, it is possible that you may encounter problems when accessing certain pages. A link has been added at the very bottom of every page that goes to this page.

If you encounter a problem and would like to report it or to obtain additional help accessing information on any NINDS Web page, please use the link below (to the NINDS Accessibility Coordinator) to contact us.


Reporting Accessibility Issues to the NINDS Accessibility Coordinator

Please use the e-mail link below, and please include the operating system, type and version of the device, and title of the page you are having difficulty accessing, the page URL, or both. In addition, please add your e-mail address at the bottom. For example, in the body of the E-mail, you may include the following:

I am using Windows XP and JAWS 5.0. I am unable to get the content of the Web page, NINDS Cerebral Aneurysm Information page. The page url is: https://www.ninds.nih.gov/Disorders/All-Disorders/Cerebral-Aneurysms-Information-Page.

Thank you,
J. Q. Public
jqp44@isp.com

If you use a screen reader or other assistive device and you have trouble accessing any information on the NINDS site, please e-mail braininfo@ninds.nih.gov or call (800) 352-9424 or write NINDS, P.O. Box 5801, Bethesda, MD 20824 and the information you need will be provided to you in an alternate format.

To learn more about the regulations governing the accessibility of Federal electronic information products, visit the Federal IT Accessibility Initiative Web site.


Notice to Limited English Proficient Individuals

The National Institutes of Health is renewing its commitment to providing meaningful access to its programs and activities for people with limited English proficiency (LEP). In accordance with Executive Order 13166, "Improving Access to Services for Persons with Limited English Proficiency," the information translated on the nih.gov site and on the sites of its Institutes and Centers is free of charge to the public. If you need more information about available resources in your language or in another language, please contact us.