Did you know, all organisations that provide NHS care and / or publicly-funded adult social care are legally required to follow the Accessible Information Standard. For more information click here.
The website aims to reach AA standard in line with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.0.
Although efforts to cover as wide a range of issues are made, we understand that we are not able to address the needs of people with all types, degrees, and combinations of disability.
We hope that you're enjoying using this website and are not experiencing any problems. However, if you do have difficulty viewing the site, there are some things you can do to make it easier. You can change the settings of your browser to better suit your needs.
How to make changes
NHS.UK, the national NHS Website has worked in partnership with AbilityNet, a national charity that helps disabled adults and children to use computers and the internet. Their help with accessibility guide provides comprehensive, step-by-step instructions on how to adjust your computer and browser according to your needs, such as for sight or hearing problems. This includes information such as how to make the text larger in different browsers, change your keyboard or mouse settings, or increase colour contrast.
My computer, my way
Get help making your device easier to use:
- Accessibility features that help you see websites and applications more clearly - includes how to make your device read content out loud to you
- How your computer, mobile or tablet can be made easier to use for people with a hearing impairment
- Accessibility features designed to make your keyboard, mouse and mobile device easier to use
- How to make reading, writing and using the internet easier on your computer, mobile or tablet
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