Updated: July 2019


Our site at memorybeach.com strives to ensure that its services are accessible to people with different kinds of abilities. We have reached out to a third party website focused on helping people access the internet called USERWAY.ORG.


UserWay has created some computer code using a language called javascript. This computer code language creates something called a widget, which is a small icon you can find on the right side of each page.


If you click or otherwise trigger the icon, it is there to help you change the way each page looks. You can also have the page read to you.


UserWay.org created this computer code and has shared it freely with everyone. They have stated that their reason for doing so is that they have the strong belief that every person has the right to live with dignity, equality, comfort and independence. We agree. 


Our site makes available the UserWay Website Accessibility Widget that is powered by a dedicated accessibility server that is overseen by Userway.org.  This means that the code is stored on a computer server that they monitor.


The software allows memorybeach.com to connect to the computer server where UserWay stores the source of the original computer code in javascript.


This means that when you click on the icon to make our site more readable, it connects you to UserWay.org and the code, which in turn operates to help our pages operate differently. 


The UserWay Widget is a tool. We use the UserWay widget to help us to find different ways to improve our compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) and other guidelines that make internet web pages and e-commerce sites more accessible to people of all different abilities.


UserWay.org is responsible for all activities on their server and how their server operates, when the widget works and doesn’t work, and if it is secure from malicious or harmful computer code. If you do not see the icon on our page, it is likely because for some reason the UserWay widget is temporarily not operational. Please let us know, and we will contact UserWay.org on your behalf. 


UserWay.org is not responsible for memorybeach.com making its site accessible. From time to time, we will add other enhancements to our site to continue to improve its accessibility.


UserWay’s widget does not collect information from you if you use their widget on our page. Please see their privacy policy statement HERE.


Enabling the Accessibility Menu


The memorybeach.com accessibility menu by UserWay.org can be enabled by clicking the accessibility menu icon that appears on the right side of the page. This icon is a small person inside a circle.


After clicking or otherwise triggering the accessibility menu, please wait a moment for the accessibility menu to load in its entirety so that you see multiple small boxes, with different ways to interact with the page. By clicking or accessing each one of the boxes, the web pages will operate differently.



We continue to work every day to make all pages and content on memorybeach.com fully accessible. If you find that some content may not have yet been fully adapted to the strictest accessibility standards of which you are aware, please contact us via email or call us at our 800 number: 844-651-7917  or by email: contactus@memorybeach.com.


If we have inadvertently missed adding alt-text to any of our images, if the images are interfering with your ability to understand the page, if our text is unreadable to your reader, or if our videos lack sufficient sound or visual text enhancements to improve your experience on memorybeach.com, or if there is some other unforseen issue on our part that we have missed, please inform us and we will work hard to rectify the situation or add additional technological enhancements to our site to improve your experience and let you know what we are doing to make a correction.


We are not agents of UserWay and do not represent their efforts to make our site or any other site more accessible, however, we are grateful for their help and we fully support theirs and others efforts to make the internet a universal experience where all benefit.


Thank you for visiting us and we hope you enjoy the beach.