Contemporary Practices in Early Intervention

Accessibility Guidelines

The CPEI project is dedicated to the principle that every child and adolescent deserves to be healthy and that optimal health involves a trusting relationship between the health professional, the child, the family, and the community as partners in health practice. 

The CPEI curriculum strives to ensure that this Web site meets or exceeds the accessibility requirements outlined in Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

This Web site has successfully passed the Section 508 accessibility tests of UsableNet, which strives to standardize accessibility format across corporate, government, and educational Web sites.

Site Design Guidelines

We strive to meet or exceed accessibility requirements in the following areas:

Accessibility Assistance

If you need information from a Web page that is not easily accessible, choose one of the following two options:

(1) PDF Documents
Users with visual impairments are advised to use their screen reader. If you experience problems with your reader, make sure that you have the latest version of Adobe Acrobat installed and use the Adobe Reader “Read Out Loud” function (under View menu) to hear the document read to you (have speakers on). For more information on PDF accessibility, please see

(2) E-mail the Webmaster
If you experience problems converting PDF files to an HTML format that your screen reader can read, e-mail our Webmaster with the URL of the page you wish to access, the technology you are using, and your phone number and e-mail address. We will work with you to make the files available in a format you can use.

Change the Font Size

You can use the instructions below to change the way your Web browser renders size of a font.

If you have comments or suggestions about the accessibility of this Web site, please contact the Webmaster.

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