In 1998, Congress amended the Rehabilitation Act by adding Section 508 to the statutes. Section 508 codifies the requirements to make a web site "accessible" to people with disabilities and remove the barriers to access inherent in most modern information technology. In light of that, I have tried to program this site to meet or exceed those requirements. At the same time, the only pages that give access to this page are written to the html5 standard that exists as of January, 2012. That standard is not a finished product.
Most browsers are already mostly html5 compliant and the site should render fully as it was meant to (although programming for all the various flavors of Internet Explorer is still a nightmare: Microsoft simply refuses to make their flagship browser(s) comply with the rules they themselves helped formulate). Most screen readers should also have no problems with the site, although the newest versions are the ones I most recommend. As I am trying hard to write this to the most up-to-date standards, some features may not work well with some screen readers, especially Screen Access To Go and Window Eyes. But the newest versions of JAWS, NVDA, ChromeVox and VoiceOver should deliver the highest quality experience.