Toyota do Brasil Foundation website is undergoing a redesign to serve a wide audience through the implementation of accessibility features that follow the recommendations of the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) or the Accessibility Guidelines for Web Content, of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), the leading web standardization organization with international recognition. This website has accessibility level A, and we are working to increase this level.

This website offers better accessibility when accessed in the most updated versions of your web browser.

Always use the latest version of your software.

Support Contact

In case of any accessibility problems on the pages of this website, you can contact our development team and point out the difficulties encountered through the email below:

How to Zoom in and Zoom Out the Text

To increase the font size, you can also use your browser’s native zoom, pressing the ‘Ctrl +’ keys to zoom in the entire website and ‘Ctrl -’ to zoom out. To return to the default, press ‘Ctrl 0’.

Tab key navigation

Use the Tab key to navigate through interactive elements on the website, such as links, buttons, form fields, and others in the order in which they are presented on the page, and Shift + Tab to return to the previous element. Use the arrow keys to access textual information.

Assistive Technologies

Suggestions of available programs for people with disabilities.

Software for Visually Impaired

  • Nitrous Voice Flux: controls the computer by voice. Free;
  • NVDA: free screen reader software – multiple languages (Windows). Free;
  • YeoSoft Text: screen reader in English and Portuguese;
  • Jaws for Windows: screen reader – multiple languages;
  • Virtual Vision: screen reader in Brazilian Portuguese (Windows);
  • DOSVOX: system for the visually impaired (Windows or Linux).

Note: Read in the screen reader manual on the best way to navigate web pages.

Software for Hearing Impaired

  • Hand Talk: Translation tool for the Brazilian Sign Language (LIBRAS) that makes content accessible to the hearing impaired. It has a plugin, which is installed on websites, that automatically translates text and images content into LIBRAS, and a free application, available for Android and iOS, that translates texts and audios also into the Brazilian Sign Language, functioning as a pocket dictionary;
  • VLibras: Link opens the VLibras website in a new window. Suite of tools made available by the government to be installed on the computer. This tool translates digital content (text, audio, and video) into the Brazilian Sign Language – LIBRAS, making computers, mobile devices and Web platforms accessible to the hearing impaired.

Note: The automatic translation software for LIBRAS is still not exact and its use can result in translation mistakes.