Nasiff Associates - Section 508 §1194.21 Compliance Statement
Name of Product: CardioCard®, August 2008. Contact us for more information.

Supporting Features
Remarks and Explanations
(a) When software is designed to run on a system that has a keyboard, product functions shall be executable from a keyboard where the function itself or the result of performing a function can be discerned textually.
All features and functions of the software have text equivalents.
The functions are accessible to the user through the toolbar menu items and access keys. The Nasiff CardioCard® uses standard Windows® access keys, as well as additional access keys that are included in CardioCard® documentation.
(b) Applications shall not disrupt or disable activated features of other products that are identified as accessibility features, where those features are developed and documented according to industry standards. Applications also shall not disrupt or disable activated features of any operating system that are identified as accessibility features where the application programming interface for those accessibility features has been documented by the manufacturer of the operating system and is available to the product developer.
The CardioCard®doesn't disrupt or disable accessibility features of other products or the user's operating system.
(c) A well-defined on-screen indication of the current focus shall be provided that moves among interactive interface elements as the input focus changes. The focus shall be programmatically exposed so that Assistive Technology can track focus and focus changes.
CardioCard® uses the two standard Microsoft foci. There is a caret/cursor focus for text fields, and another focus to highlight selected features and buttons of the interface and to assist the user in navigating the features.
(d) Sufficient information about a user interface element including the identity, operation and state of the element shall be available to Assistive Technology. When an image represents a program element, the information conveyed by the image must also be available in text.
Features and functions in CardioCard® are described with text, and in some cases, supplemental graphical icons. The textual information describes the features or functions in the program.
(e) When bitmap images are used to identify controls, status indicators, and/or other programmatic elements, the meaning assigned to those images shall be consistent throughout an application's performance.
Images used to supplement textual commands are symbolic of the features or functions they represent. Each image is used to represent only one feature or function.
(f) Textual information shall be provided through operating system functions for displaying text. The minimum information that shall be made available is text content, text input caret location, and text attributes.
Textual information about program functions in CardioCard® is compatible with the display functions of the user's operating system. It generates textual information, or reports, that are available to the user in a variety of formats.
Reports can be viewed by the user in simple text or PDF format.
(g) Applications shall not override user selected contrast and color selections and other individual display attributes.
CardioCard® does not override any display options.  
(h) When animation is displayed, the information shall be displayable in at least one non-animated presentation mode at the option of the user.
CardioCard® does not have animated elements.
(i) Color coding shall not be used as the only means of conveying information, indicating an action, prompting a response, or distinguishing a visual element.
CardioCard® does not use color to convey any important information.
(j) When a product permits a user to adjust color and contrast settings, a variety of color selections capable of producing a range of contrast levels shall be provided.
CardioCard® includes a variety of colors that can be changed or adjusted in the display settings for the operating system.
(k) Software shall not use flashing or blinking text, objects, or other elements having a flash or blink frequency greater than 2 Hz and lower than 55 Hz.
CardioCard® has only standard PC one hertz cursor/ caret type blinking for cursor and one item during stress testing.
(l) When electronic forms are used, the form shall allow people using Assistive Technology to access the information, field elements, and functionality required for completion and submission of the form, including all directions and cues.
CardioCard® has access keys for all text fields in electronic forms. Furthermore, function keys allow the user to access additional windows where items can be selected. CardioCard®uses all standard access keys for the Windows® operating system, as well as additional access keys that are included in CardioCard® documentation.

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