IBM has a proud history striving to treat people from all backgrounds and abilities equally. This commitment to leading social change and inclusivity is reflected in the IBM Social Program Management product team in our commitment to delivering a product that is accessible to all. For us, being accessible strongly aligns with the mission of our product â€˜to support the needs of health and human services (HHS) agencies that are delivering services that enable citizens to meet their maximum potential and protect at-risk populations.â€™
Accessibility for us is about removing barriers that prevent groups of users, including people with disabilities, mature users, and non-native language learners from using Social Program Management. Our user-centered design principles guide us when we design our product, so by designing for users of all abilities, we build a product that allows and improves access for the greatest number of people.
We want to share more with you on Accessibility in Social Program Management. So that you can always locate our accessibility content, we are delighted to tell you about our new Accessibility resources page. This page is your one-stop shop for finding articles about accessibility written by our product team as well as useful links to Accessibility content in the Social Program Management Knowledge Center.