Our websites are regularly tested by people with a variety of different disabilities through our partnership with the Digital Accessibility Centre. We aim to improve our online accessibility in line with advances in technology and web standards.
- Our site navigation works in a consistent way throughout our site.
- We use a standard web font to make it easy to read.
- Any images we use also include a text description to explain what they are, unless they're only descriptive.
- We never use colour as the only way to convey information.
- We write our links so that they make sense when screen readers read them.
Changing our website's text size and font
You're also able to use your internet browser to change the text size and font on our website. For detailed guides on how to do this, follow the links below for your internet browser.
Using Adobe Acrobat
Some of our information is offered as PDF documents. It's highly likely your internet browser will support viewing PDFs, but you can also download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software. Adobe also offer a screen reader user guide to accessing PDF documents.