ADA Accessibility: In "General" Terms
- Hearing impairment
- Visual impairment
- Mobility impairment
- Cognitive impairment
Also, let's keep in mind that these guidelines are especially necessary now, due to the added quality of life the Internet has brought to the disabled population already, offering many impaired people the necessary tools for their complete independence. Being able to access the internet and its vast informational network alone, is nearly overwhelming to someone who could not even buy or read a newspaper a few years ago. Ordering supplies, food, and just about anything else you need, right online and can be delivered to your door, is like heaven on earth. Having a Google Assistant or an Alexa is a priceless service, and these are just a few.