Accessibility statement

This page provides advice on how older and disabled people can access the information on this website.

We want this website to be available to as many people as possible. Therefore, this website is built according to World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) level AA and the British Standard for Web Accessibility (BS 8878).

This means you should be able to:

  • Enlarge text by zooming in.
  • Read the text and view images that have a high contrast to their background.
  • Change the background and text colour and fonts using browser plugins.
  • Navigate the website using only a keyboard.
  • Navigate using a screen-reader and speech-recognition software.
  • Listen to texts and image descriptions using a screen-reader (such as NVDA).

Alter this website to suit your own needs

My Computer My Way is a website by AbilityNet that helps you to set up your computer to suit your own needs.

What to do if you cannot access any part of this website

If you have problems accessing any part of the website, or require it in a different format, such as accessible PDF, large print or an audio recording, please use the contact form and let us know which pages you require access to.

Questions, comments and suggestions

Please direct any questions, comments or suggestions for improving the accessibility of this website to the authors using the contact form. Please include the URL (web link) to any relevant pages.