This website was developed and is maintained by the Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative.
We do not display data about individual children on our website. All graphs, charts and tables include aggregated data concerning groups of children. The Data Resource Center complies with all local, state, and federal laws and regulations. Any information you have provided on our site will not be sold or given to any third parties. All information will be used only to help improve the site or to provide a customized experience of the site.
The Data Resource Center for Child and Adolescent Health (DRC) provides an interactive website with graphs, charts, tables and other interactive media. The site seeks to provide actionable data and information that is easy for all to use.
This website strives to ensure that its design meets the accessibility requirements outlined in Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Site Design Guidelines
We strive to meet accessibility requirements in the following areas:
- Images. This Web site provides equivalent text for images that convey information.
- Style sheets. This Web site does not require associated style sheets (i.e., pre-designated templates that define the layout of a Web page) to be viewed.
- Image maps. This Web site provides equivalent text for images (e.g., navigation bars) that perform functions when selected (e.g., open a new window, navigate through the site).
- Tables. This Web site provides row and column headers for data tables.
- Frames. This Web site does not include frames (i.e., separate sections of the display area that are generated from different Web pages).
- Motion. This Web site sites does not include motion that causes the screen to flicker outside an acceptable range (i.e., higher than 2Hz and lower than 55Hz).
- Text-only pages. This Web site follows HRSA guidance in adding links to the Adobe Acrobat™ Accessibility site to provide users with a tool for converting PDF files to HTML.
- Applets and plug-ins. This Web site avoids the use of applets (i.e., programs designed to be executed from within another program) and plug-ins (i.e., programs that add features to a standard browser), and, when such programs are used, the site includes links to external Web sites that provide such applets or plug-ins via download.
- Forms. This Web site allows for easy access to and completion of forms.
If you need information from a Web page that is not easily accessible, choose one of the following two options:
- Use access.adobe.com If you are unable to access PDF files on this Web site, type the URL of the inaccessible file into the Adobe Acrobat™ Accessibility site to convert the PDF file to an HTML format that your screen reader can read.
- E-mail us If you experience problems converting PDF files to an HTML format that your screen reader can read, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the URL of the page you wish to access, the technology you are using, and your phone number and e-mail address. We will work with you to make the files available in a format you can use.
Change the Font Size
You can use the instructions below to change the way your Web browser renders size of a font. If you have comments or suggestions about the accessibility of this Web site, please contact us at email@example.com.
- Internet Explorer (all versions)
- Increase Font Size: click View | Text Size | Larger
- Decrease Font Size: click View | Text Size | Medium
- Chrome (version X) and Mozilla (version 1.0+)
- Increase Font Size: click View | Text Zoom | 120%
- Decrease Font Size: click View | Text Zoom | 100%
General Browser Requirements for Optimal Viewing of the Web Site
General browser requirements are Netscape Firefox 4.7 or higher or Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or higher. For the best experience, we recommend updating your browser to the most recent version.
To view .PDF files, you need Adobe Acrobat or the free Adobe Reader installed on your computer.
Due to their large size or complexity, we unfortunately are not able to make some documents compliant with Section 508 standards of the amended Rehabilitation Act of 1973. If you are a visually impaired assistive technology user, please contact the Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative (CAHMI) directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.