Accessibility Statement

As a leader in supporting and creating a more inclusive world, Think Inclusive strives to ensure that all our services are accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities. We have worked hard and are continuing our efforts to improve the accessibility of our site and resources with the belief that all people have the right to live freely and equitably, and that it is our obligation to create content that supports this belief.

 

However, despite our efforts, there might be content on the website that has not been fully adapted. If you are experiencing difficulty with anything on the website, please contact us at tvillegas@mcie.org