The Department of Aging is committed to making this web site compliant with the State's non-visual accessibility requirements
Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) 14.33.02.01-.12).
For more information on these regulations and guidance, please visit the
Maryland Information Technology Non-visual Access Website.
The Maryland Department of Disabilities (MDOD) is collecting and evaluating information related to the physical access of State facilities. If you have experienced difficulty accessing a State facility, please use this form to identify the access issue as well as where and when you experienced it. MDOD will track the responses and forward them to staff at the respective State agency. To take the survey, please click the button below or click here.
This web site provides content in several formats that may require plug-ins, or separate browser components, to properly view. All
required plug-ins are free to use. PDF documents ensure that you will be able to obtain publications in their original format regardless of
what type of computer, browser or operating system you use to access the Internet. PDF documents on this site larger than 100KB are displayed
with the file size for your convenience. In order to view and/or print PDF documents, you must first download the
Acrobat Reader software. For best results, make sure you install version 6 or later of the Acrobat Reader. Other plug-ins you may
need are: Microsoft Word Viewer and
Microsoft Excel Viewer.
The doit.maryland.gov web site uses Adobe Flash for presentation of information in the montage area. This functionality has been developed
with the built in accessibility features of Flash and tested using the JAWS Screen Reader (ver. 9.0). In order to access these features you need
to use Adobe Flash Player 9 or higher. However, if the site detects that a user does not have the Flash Player, the montage will default to a
static image and allow users to cycle through that area of the site. You may download the latest flash player at
As a standard we have limited the font resize buttons to only affect the main content of the site. Internet Explorer and Firefox both support
global font resize and page resize.
If you experience difficulty accessing information on this site, please
contact us and tell us what
information you were seeking, the URL(web address) of the material you tried to find (if applicable), and your contact information.
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