We understand that not everybody shares the same ability to read and write, or understand documents delivered in a single format. If you are accessing this website, try our accessibility button at the top of every page. You can also try our alternative languages section.
We aim to make our website accessible and usable for people of all abilities and disabilities, including older audiences, and those with visual, hearing, cognitive or motor impairments.
Many people use assistive technologies to allow them, for example, to view websites in easier-to-read colours, with larger fonts or as spoken text, or to navigate around a site using the keyboard only.
We have developed accessibility feature on our website which can be accessed by using Accessibility Tab located at the top of the website.
Further information on general help with accessibility, in a specific browser environment, can be found on the AbilityNet website. Information is given on how to change text size, how to change keyboard or mouse settings, or how to increase colour contrast.
• Ability Net - My Computer My Way - Help with accessibility