We are committed to ensuring our services are accessible to the people we serve. We have designed our website to meet accessibility standards and make it as user-friendly as possible for all users.
We use a selection of browsers and devices when testing new web pages.
Clear and easy to read
We aim to check the readability of all content on this site to ensure it makes sense and is free from jargon.
We have chosen to use a larger font size than most websites to make it easier to read. If you would like to increase the size of the font further you can adjust it using your web browser, please refer to the help section in your web browser to see how to do this.
Text reader - ReadSpeaker
This site makes use of ReadSpeaker tool which reads text on pages back to you.
Text translation - Google Translate
This site makes use of Google Translate which automatically attempts to translate text on pages for you. Any translation using Google translate is a guide only - its accuracy cannot be guaranteed and it is used at your own risk.
We aim to use descriptive alternative (ALT) text for all images used on the site.
We aim to make all Adobe PDF files on the site accessible however there may be some older files which don't work with screen readers.