Accessibility

We have made every effort to ensure our website is accessible and easy to use for everyone, whether or not you have any disabilities and regardless of your experience of using the Internet.

However, some parts of the website, supplied by third parties, remain outside of our control.

There are many ways you can make this website more accessible to you. These include:

  • you can change the font size. You can do this in two ways; you can usually do this via a Tools, Options or View menu depending on your browser, or you can use our font resizing tool located at the bottom of every page.
  • if you are blind or are visually impaired you can use screen reading software to find information.
  • if you have difficulties using a mouse you can navigate the site using the keyboard using the tab key to jump from link to link (or shift + tab to go backwards).
  • all images have alternative text equivalents so if you cannot see the images you can still use the site
  • our site navigation and structure are consistent to make it easy for you to find your way around it

You can find more information about making your computer easier to use at https://mcmw.abilitynet.org.uk/

Accessibility and technical standards

This website supports the Worldwide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, to ensure a web accessibility standard has been achieved and is maintained. For more information see Web Accessibility Initiative