We attribute great importance to providing equal service to all clients and users, and to improving services given to clients and users with disabilities.
Therefore, we have invested extensive resources in making our site accessible in order to ensure that it is available for those with disabilities.
Our adaptations are intended to make the site more accessible and user friendly for all users, be they individuals with special needs, various motor disabilities, cognitive disorders, shortsightedness, blindness, color blindness, hearing impairments, and the elderly.
We are making efforts to ensure that our site meets the requirements of the Regulations for Equal Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Accessibility Adjustments to Service) 5773/2013, at the necessary level. Likewise, we are implementing the recommendations of the WCAG 2.0 Guidelines from the W3C organization.
It’s important to note that despite our best efforts to improve accessibility on the site, it is possible that there will be parts of it, or certain elements, that were not made properly accessible, or which have not yet been adapted.
If you encounter a problem regarding accessibility on the site, we’d appreciate it if you would let us know. Contact info for our accessibility coordinator is [email protected].
In order for us to be able to deal with the problem in the best possible fashion, we recommend that you include as much information as possible, such as:
We are committed to making the site as optimally accessible as possible, and to answer queries in a professional and timely manner.
Name: Ora Kalfa
Email: [email protected]
Accessibility statement updated on 28/11/22
The accessibility statement in Hebrew appears further up on the page.
In case of discrepancy between the English and Hebrew versions, the Hebrew version will be the determining one.