Accessibility Statement

The Institute of Heraldry (TIOH) continually strives to ensure its web sites are accessible to everyone by meeting or exceeding the Electronic and Information Technology accessibility requirements and standards of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. Accessibility is consideration during all phases of the web site life-cycle and is implemented through both manual and automated mechanisms.

If you encounter accessibility issues on this web site, or have recommendations for accessibility improvements, then please utilize the Contact Us webpage to submit a request for correction or change. To enable us to respond appropriately, please indicate the nature of the accessibility problem, provide the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) address or title of the page in question, and provide your full contact information so we may reach you if uncertainties arise while reviewing your request. If necessary, we will promptly provide you with an alternative means of accessing the requested material.

Free software and a User Guide from Adobe Systems Incorporated are available at This link is made to assist in the accessibility of .PDF files on this site. Additionally, Adobe Systems Incorporated has documents and files that are often requested by users with disabilities. You will find that resource at No endorsement of Adobe Reader or Adobe Systems Incorporated or warranty is implied or expressed.

Federal Accessibility Resources:

United Stated Access Board Web Site
Department of Defense Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program Web Site
United States Government Section 508 Web Site
The Federal Relay Service Web Site
Accessibility/Section 508