Businesses are ordered to comply with federal laws that would accommodate disabled individuals from mobility, visual, or auditory challenges. If you have a storefront, there must be a way for disabled individuals to access your store. For instance, someone in a wheelchair won’t be able to enter your store using a staircase. And the same holds true for websites as well. There must be assistive technologies in place for them to navigate your website. Some of the assistive technologies such as a screen reader would accommodate those with visual and auditory challenges. Be sure to revisit your website to ensure compliance. It may be helpful to hire an expert to do an audit on your website to see what area needs to be improved.