Many employers shy away from looking into accessibility online as they believe it is a dark art, but much of what is needed is common sense.
Whilst there are technical tools which enable a website to be read by a screen-reader, etc, many PCs and laptops now carry basic accessibility tools (eg., scroll-enlarge function, text-to-speech, etc) as standard.
So the rest is about what you put into your website and how easily people can navigate it. For example, a person should be able to pick the area of interest, click on it and have the information they need within those two clicks. Pick. Click.
Check out our blog for further information on accessible websites and what you can do to make your online presence easier to navigate for all.