How you can change our site to suit you
We have designed our website in an accessible, inclusive way, in accordance with the guidelines provided by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).
You can change the settings on your computer to make the website easier to read or follow using screen reader technology.
Changing the size and colour of the text
Most internet browsers, such as Internet Explorer or Safari, allow you to change the text to be the size and colour you prefer. Many operating systems also come with a built-in screen magnifier that allows you to enlarge a section of the screen.
Changing your keyboard and mouse settings
Some people cannot use a mouse, or prefer to work with a keyboard. You can change your computer settings to use a keyboard to navigate through our website. If you can use a mouse, but find it difficult, there are ways to make your mouse easier to use.
Useful help about accessible websites
We've put together these accessibility pages to help with some of the most common settings. A lot of the information has been taken from the excellent work of others seeking to make the web an accessible place for all, for example Citizens Advice, Cancer Research UK and the BBC. For more detailed information on making websites work for you, the BBC My Web My Way pages is an excellent resource.
If you are having problems with using our website, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.