Accessibility Resources

Modified on Mon, Nov 21, 2022 at 8:05 PM

MyHealthTeam believes that when you or a loved one is diagnosed with a chronic condition, it should be easy to find the best resources to help you as you navigate your journey. MyHealthTeams strives to provide the best possible experience to foster community-building and interpersonal connections. 

Below are some resources that can allow you to better navigate the social networks while managing symptoms such as vision loss, hearing loss, and limited mobility. 

Device Accessibility Guides

Depending on your device, some phones, computers, and tablets have built-in vision, hearing, and motor accessibility settings that can improve your experience across the web, including on MyHealthTeams. Please select your device type from the following list to learn more:

Zooming in on a Web Page 

On Windows: 

  • Press the Control key (Ctrl) and plus sign (+)  at the same time to zoom in on the page

  • Press the Control key (Ctrl) and the minus sign (-) at the same time to zoom out of the page

On Mac

  • Press the Command key (Cmd) and plus sign (+) at the same time to zoom in on the page

  • Press the Command key (Cmd) and minus sign (-) at the same time to zoom out of the page


Note: These changes are temporary, and will reset if you close your browser.


Your browser settings allow you to adjust the default content size on webpages. Please select from the following browsers that our social networks support to learn more


If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer or Edge, we recommend downloading and using Chrome instead for the best member experience. 

Adjusting Colors

To adjust the webpage color, select your browser type: 

Using Screen Readers 

Many mobile devices have built-in screen readers to assist with your browsing experience on the social network: 


For desktop devices, screen reader options are also available: 

Accessibility on Third-Party Sites

When interacting with content on third-party social media sites, consider using these accessibility resources, which may be helpful:



For further assistance, please select the “Contact Us” link at the bottom of each social network page and we’d be happy to provide you with help.