Accessibility

This section of the website contains information on the accessibility of our web, print and telephone services.
We are committed to making all our methods of communication as accessible to as many people as possible.

Change the background colour and enlarge the font
The Firefox browser offers excellent text size enhancement and background colour options.

Have the website read out to you
Our website is Browsealoud-enabled so that you can listen to the content if you download the free software – especially useful on some of our longer information sheets. Not only is this useful if you have a visual impairment but you can carry on listening while you do something else.

If you are visually impaired and have experienced difficulties with using or navigating our site, do please contact the Web Editor: we need your feedback to understand any difficulties our users might be experiencing, and to improve our website.

W3C’s WAI accessibility guidelines
The site has been designed to comply wherever possible with Level AA and even AAA conformance of the W3C’s WAI accessibility guidelines and in accordance with RNIB recommendations.

Cascading Style Sheets (CSSs) are used to retain uniformity across the site.