JohnstonHealth.org has been redesigned to make our site more accessible to all persons including persons with disabilities. This site is now compliant with W3C standards. However, we realize that it is impossible to be totally accessible to everyone on every browsing device and meet every accessibility need. We are, nonetheless, concerned with any problems that you may experience while visiting our site. If you need assistance with finding information, or if you are having difficulty accessing any part of JohnstonHealth.org, please contact us.
How this web technology can assist you
If you are visually impaired, we’ve attempted to provide you with many skip links (or same page links) within the page to allow you to move around with relative ease. If you are finding navigation difficult, please notify us so that we can try to improve our accessibility.
In addition, if you are using a modern browser, like Firefox or Safari, you may take advantage of the browser’s built-in accessibility features.
If you have any questions about web accessibility, in general, you may visit the Web Accessibility Initiative website.
The regulation implementing Section 504 requires that an agency/facility “shall adopt and implement procedures to ensure that interested persons, including persons with impaired vision or hearing, can obtain information as to the existence and location of services, activities, and facilities that are accessible to and usable by disabled persons.” (45 C.F.R. 84.22(f).
This facility and all of its programs and activities are accessible to and usable by disabled persons, including persons with impaired hearing and vision. Access features include:
- Convenient off-street parking designated specifically for disabled persons.
- Curb cuts and ramps between parking areas and buildings.
- Level access into first floor level with elevator access to all other floors.
- Fully accessible offices, meeting rooms, bathrooms, public waiting areas, cafeteria, patient treatment areas, including examining rooms and patient wards.
- A full range of communication aids provided to persons with impaired hearing, vision, speech or manual skills, without additional charge for those aids.
Some of those aids include:
- Qualified sign language interpreters for the deaf (when needed)
- Telecommunication device for the deaf (TTY/TDD) is available through the nursing office to connect the caller to the facility for use by hearing or speech impaired patients.
- Readers and tape materials for the blind and large print materials for the visually impaired.
- Flash cards, Alphabet boards and other communication boards
- Helpful devices for persons with impaired manual skills.
All aids needed to provide this notice will be provided without cost to the person being served. If you require any of the aids listed in this notice, please let Johnston Health staff know.Effective Date: October 16, 2006
Revised Date: March 2, 2010
Reviewed: December 4, 2013