Accessibility Statement

The American Neurological Association’s goal for this website is to provide information and access to all visitors. We understand that not everyone experiences web content the same way. As part of our commitment to universal access, we make it a priority to organize our site and present our content in ways that are usable by visitors with disabilities and the assistive technologies they rely on.

Your Internet user experience is shaped by more than just the design and content features built into the sites you visit. You also have available a growing number of alternative settings in your computer’s operating system and browser that can improve the clarity and accessibility of any site you visit. For example, many operating systems and browsers offer settings to change background colors, increase contrast, increase text and icon size, choose a preferred font, magnify your computer screen, and activate a screen reader that lets you listen to content you are unable to read.

Your Computer’s Operating System

Microsoft Windows – to learn more, visit Accessibility in Microsoft Products
Apple – to learn more, visit

Your Mobile Device

Here are links to help you learn about “built-in” accessibility options available on your mobile device or tablet:

Your Browser

To learn about accessibility options on various browsers:

The ANA is committed to striving to provide accessibility to all website visitors.

We strive to continually improve and welcome your feedback. If you have difficulty using our site, please contact the ANA Meetings Team.