Accessibility Statement

RD&A is dedicated to ensuring equal rights and access for all our customers, regardless of ability. We believe in providing an inclusive experience and have implemented various measures to enhance accessibility in both

our website and physical spaces. This accessibility statement outlines our commitment to complying with regulations and standards to ensure equal access for everyone.


Website Accessibility:

Our website has undergone significant improvements to make it accessible to individuals with disabilities.

We strive to adhere strictly to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 at the AA level,

set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). These guidelines provide a framework for making web content accessible to people with diverse disabilities, including visual impairments, motor impairments,

cognitive disabilities, and more.


To achieve this, we utilize the advanced accessibility system "Accessibe," considered one of the most advanced website accessibility technologies. This system enables us to offer customizable features that allow users

to adjust the website's display according to their specific needs and limitations. You can personalize settings such as font size, color contrast, line spacing, and more. These adjustments are saved in a cookie file,

so you won't need to make them again during subsequent visits.

At the interface's opening, you'll find a "Basic Accessibility Mode" button, providing one-click access to essential settings such as screen reader compatibility and keyboard navigation.

Browser and Operating System Compatibility:

We aim to support a wide range of browsers and assistive technologies to accommodate different user preferences. Our website is compatible with popular browsers, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox,

Apple Safari, Opera, and Microsoft Edge. We also ensure compatibility with screen readers such as JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, and TalkBack for both Windows and Mac users.

Accessibility Adjustments:

Our accessibility interface offers a comprehensive set of adjustments to enhance the user experience. Some of the key features include:

Screen-reader optimization: We employ the ARIA attributes technique to ensure screen-reader users can navigate and comprehend the website effectively.

Meaningful data, such as form labels, descriptions for icons, and validation guidance, are provided to assist blind users. ALT tags and OCR technology are used to provide accurate image descriptions.

Keyboard navigation optimization: The website's HTML is adjusted to facilitate keyboard navigation, allowing users to operate dropdowns, trigger buttons and links,

and navigate between elements using keyboard shortcuts.

Content-skip menus and proper focus management for popups are also implemented.

Disability Profiles Supported:

To cater to specific accessibility needs, our website supports various disability profiles, including:

Epilepsy Safe Profile: Eliminates the risk of seizures caused by flashing or blinking animations and risky color combinations.
Vision Impaired Profile: Adjusts the website for individuals with visual impairments, accommodating conditions such as degrading eyesight, tunnel vision, cataract, glaucoma, and more.
Cognitive Disability Profile: Provides assistive features to aid users with cognitive disabilities such as Autism, Dyslexia, and CVA, facilitating easier focus on essential elements.
ADHD Friendly Profile: Reduces distractions and noise to support individuals with ADHD and neurodevelopmental disorders, enabling them to browse and focus more easily.
Blind Users Profile (Screen-readers): Optimizes the website for compatibility with screen-readers such as JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, and TalkBack.
Keyboard Navigation Profile (Motor-Impaired): Enables users with motor impairments to navigate the website effectively using keyboard shortcuts and tab navigation.
Additional UI, Design, and Readability Adjustments:

We provide additional adjustments for font size, type, spacing, alignment, and line height. Users can choose from various color contrast profiles, swap color schemes, and control animations.

Content highlighting and audio muting options are available, and a search engine linked to Wikipedia and Wik



Notes, comments, and feedback


We value feedback from our users as it helps us improve our accessibility efforts. If you encounter any difficulties with the accessibility interface, have suggestions for further enhancements,
or would like to report an error, we encourage you to reach out to our Accessibility Coordinator, Adi Opochinsky. You can contact Adi by sending an email to Your feedback is essential to us,
and we appreciate your input in our ongoing commitment to accessibility.

Please feel free to share any ideas or suggestions you may have regarding accessibility adjustments or any aspect of our website or physical spaces.
We strive to create an inclusive environment for all our customers and are dedicated to addressing any concerns or issues that may arise.

Thank you for your support in our accessibility journey.