Ada-Compliance Policy



We believe all of our visitors should be able to easily visit our website, regardless of whether one has a need for assistive technologies like screen readers, magnifiers, voice recognition software or switch technology. We strive to provide an excellent online experience for all guests.

We committed to providing an accessible and easy-to-use website for our customers. Our goal is to make our website content and services accessible to the widest audience possible. We are committed to including the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in our web design process. We recognize that WCAG is always evolving and so must we as we continue to meet these standards.

Our office has the appropriate policies, best practices, and procedures in place to ensure that individuals with disabilities can make appointments and visit our offices the same manner as individuals who do not have accessible needs.

If you require any assistance with making your appointment, please contact us directly via our Contact Form, or by calling (954) 987-6988

For questions, concerns or have discovered an accessibility issue on our site, please contact us by emailing to info@advancedhealthcareus.com

Be sure to include specifics and any page where an issue has occurred. We will make every reasonable effort to make the page accessible for you.

Navigation Shortcuts

Our website can be navigated by using the disablity icon on the left side

Structured, Semantic Markup

HTML heading tags are used to convey the document structure. Navigation menus are tagged as HTML maps so that the menu title can be read out, and the menu items are presented as a group. Please see our Site Map for easy navigation.

Images Visibility

Whenever possible and appropriate, we have used content images that includes descriptive ALT attributes and all purely decorative graphics include null ALT attributes.

Standards Compliance

Website design is intended to be in conformity of basic level compliance as specified by the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. We have made attempts to ensure all pages validate most features of HTML5 and use structured semantic markup.

Accessibility References

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, which explains the reasons behind each guideline. Section 508, Information and news about the accessibility standards introduced by Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.