We will be closed on Monday January 15, 2018 in observance of Martin Luther King Day.
We will be closed on Tuesday February 13, 2018 in observance of Mardi Gras Day.
We will be closed on Monday February 19, 2018 in observance of Presidents’ Day.
We will be closed on Monday, May 28, 2018 in observance of Memorial Day.
Happy 4th of July! All offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2018.
We will be closed on Monday, September 3, 2018 in observance of Labor Day.
We will be closed on Monday, October 8, 2018 in observance of Columbus Day.
We will be closed on Thursday, November 22, 2018 and open 8-Noon on Friday to celebrate Thanksgiving.
We will be closed on Tuesday, December 25, 2018. Merry Christmas!
We will be closed on Monday, January 1, 2018. Happy New Year!
Baton Rouge, Mandeville and Hammond are closed. All other offices to close at 3 p.m.
First Line, Mobile & Online Banking will be offline from May 4th (2 pm) to May 7th (9 am)
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First American Bank and Trust Accessibility guidelines
We strive to provide an excellent online experience for all our guests – including those with sight, hearing, and other disabilities. To ensure this, First American Bank and Trust has committed to maintaining compliance with the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) Level AA. Our sites are designed and developed with these guidelines in mind. We test our websites to ensure that they are usable by guests who use assistive technology.
We conducted an independent Full site Scan on all pages and PDFs for ADA Compliance regulation including but not limited to:
We utilize SortSite, a software that is leading the way with ADA Compliance since 2007 and is used by over 30% of fortune 100 companies. We understand that all software is different and can provide different results. Software and/or computing algorithms are not always updated in the same manner to interpret the most recent guidelines for WACG 2.0 (Level AA).
We understand that scanning software’s vary and even though SortSite is highly recommended we also validated our site on HTML_CodeSniffer updating any differences that were identified as possible real errors that need to be remediated.
Finally we installed NVDA and JAWS to see if accessibility and site usability was being hindered when viewing our site using assistant technologies.
For the best online experience, we recommend several screen reader applications for customers with vision disabilities: JAWS, VoiceOver and NVDA. On mobile devices, we recommend TalkBack for Android devices and Voice-Over for the iPhone and iPad.
If you use JAWS as your screen reader, we recommend using it with Internet Explorer; if you use NVDA as your screen reader, we recommend using it with FireFox.
As software and browser manufacturers release new versions with upgrades and improvements, we continually test our web pages and provide recommendations. While other browsers and assistive technology applications may work, at least in part with our website, testing all possible versions is not practical. We can’t guarantee the best user experience if you decide to use software and browser versions that are not specifically recommended herein.
We follow the W3C's globally recognized standards to provide content that’s compatible with computer-based assistive technologies and browsers. We recommend using the most current versions of the manufacturer's assistive technology applications, along with a current version of the browsers listed below. We also recommend trying different types of browsers with assistive technology applications to determine which combination works best for you.
We recommend using the most current versions of Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox or Chrome.
There are easy-to-use browser controls for adjusting the size of content on a web page. There are no ideal content size or color combinations for all people. By using the controls provided in browsers, you can personalize the content presentation in your browser. We’ve designed the web content we provide to work with these controls.
1. Adjusting text size
Browsers typically provide two controls for adjusting the size of text (fonts) on a web page: Text Size and Zoom
Text or font size adjustments only change the size of text on a web page. You may be more limited in terms of the range of user control with text size than with zoom. Browser text size adjustments may not change the size of text in videos.
Zoom adjustments enlarge or reduce the size of all page content.
2. Adjusting size of all content
To change the size of images, buttons, text and all of the content shown on a web page, use the Zoom controls
If you’re a person with a disability and would like to send us feedback about accessibility, please send us an email at email@example.com. Please do not include any personal information that you would like to maintain secret or secure. We take the security of our website and your customer data very seriously. You may also send us a message from our Contact Us page, or by calling us directly. Thank You.