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Special Needs Friendly

Laura Tallo operates a "Special Needs"  friendly business. This website uses Alternate Text for images. Laura Tallo has worked with clients who have Spina Bifida, Autism, and other conditions which require accommodations.

 

Laura Tallo will work with clients on posing. She uses a quiet, gentle voice so as not to aggravate those with sensory issues. 

 

Laura Tallo will be patient with children and take the time necessary to achieve the perfect shots. 

Service Animals are welcome. Laura Tallo Photography is visual needs friendly, hearing impaired friendly, and will assist with wheel chairs when needed. 

LTP does not have a brick and mortar studio, so images are produced anywhere a wheelchair can go. LT shoots "on location." 


Laura Tallo is committed to accessibility, diversity, and inclusion. Every effort has been made to ensure the pages of this website are accessible to individuals with disabilities in accordance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. If you or someone you know is having difficulty viewing or navigating the content on this website, or notice any content, feature, or functionality that you believe is not fully accessible to people with disabilities, please call or email our team at:

Laura Tallo
elyse@lauratallo.com
985-415-0628

We welcome your feedback and take it very seriously as we evaluate ways to accommodate all of our customers and our overall accessibility policies. Additionally, while we do not control such vendors, we strongly encourage vendors of third-party digital content to provide content that is accessible and user friendly.

 

Users with Visual Disabilities
Images on this website are accompanied by alternative text describing graphics. Documents on lauratallo.com may occasionally be presented in formats other than HTML. These formats are generally accessible to users using screen reading software. The screen reading capabilities of Adobe Acrobat Reader (full version) will allow vision impaired visitors to access PDF content.
If you have any difficulty viewing any page with adaptive technology, please let us know.

Additional Accommodations
To request materials in an alternative format, please contact us at 985-415-0628 or email elyse@lauratallo.com.

 

Using Your Browser to Resize Text
Laura Tallo has gone to great lengths to see that our website will allow visitors to size the text in a web browser to meet their personal needs. In the event you would like to further adjust your font size please refer to the instructions below for your specific web browser.

Resizing Browser Fonts:

Internet Explorer
In the menu at the top of your browser window labeled 'View' there is an item labeled 'Text Size', which opens a sub-menu. This sub-menu should have the items 'Largest', 'Larger', 'Medium', 'Smaller', and 'Smallest'. One of these items should be marked; this is your current font size. Selecting a higher font size will make the letters on the website larger (and possibly easier to read), while a lower font size will make the letters smaller, letting you see more of the web page at once.

Chrome
At the top of your browser window, select the menu icon (Customize and Control Google Chrome). Within the dropdown, there is the item 'Zoom'. Press the up and down arrows to increase or decrease the page zoom. Alternately, you can hold down the keyboard key labeled 'Ctrl' and press the keys '+' or '-' to increase or decrease the page zoom, respectively.

Firefox
In the menu at the top of your browser window labeled 'View' there is an item labeled 'Zoom' which opens a sub-menu. This sub-menu should have the items 'Zoom In', 'Zoom Out', 'Reset', and 'Zoom Text Only'. Selecting 'Zoom Text Only', and then 'Zoom In' will make the letters on the website larger (and possibly easier to read), while 'Zoom Out' will make the letters smaller, letting you see more of the page at once. Alternately, you can hold down the keyboard key labeled 'Ctrl' and press the keys '+' or '-' to increase or decrease the page zoom, respectively.

Safari
In the menu at the top of your browser window labeled 'View' there are the items 'Zoom In', 'Zoom Out', and 'Zoom Text Only'. Selecting 'Zoom Text Only', and then 'Zoom In' will make the letters on the website larger (and possibly easier to read), while 'Zoom Out' will make the letters smaller, letting you see more of the page at once. Alternately, you can hold down the "command" key (the one with the apple logo on it) and press the keys '+' or '-' to increase or decrease the page zoom, respectively.

Opera
At the top of your browser window, select the Opera icon (Customize and Control Opera). Within the dropdown, there is the item 'Zoom'. Press '+' or '-' to increase or decrease the page zoom. Alternately, you can press the keys '+' or '-' to increase or decrease the page zoom, respectively.

How to Adjust System Fonts

If you find the above approach does not fix a text size problem you are experiencing it is possible your machine may have unusual system font size settings (perhaps to compensate for a high resolution display setting). Do not adjust these unless you have adjusted you browser fonts and are still experiencing unacceptable font sizes.

Resizing System Fonts
First, make sure your browser will not override system font settings.

Internet Explorer 
1. Go to 'Tools' 
2. Select 'Internet Options' 
3. Click 'Accessibility' 
4. Click to 'Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages' 
5. Proceed with the following steps for Changing System Default Font based on your operating system: 
Then adjust System Font Settings

Windows 8 
1. Right-click the desktop and select 'Screen Resolution' 
2. Click 'Make text and other items larger or smaller' 
3. Move the slider to the left to make text smaller, or move the slider to the right to make text larger. 
4. Click 'Apply'

Windows 7 
1. From the 'Start' menu, select the 'Control Panel' 
2. Select 'Display' 
3. Select 'Smaller', 'Medium', or 'Larger' to adjust text size. 
4. Click 'OK'

Windows XP 
1. Right-click the desktop and select 'Properties' 
2. In 'Display Properties' window, click the 'Settings' tab 
3. Click 'Advanced' on the 'General' tab, select 'Normal size (96dpi)' or 'Large Size (120dpi)' 
4. Click 'OK'


Laura Tallo has taught Special Education for over 20 years.