This website has been tested by people from a variety of backgrounds to check it is accessible, but we know there’s always more that can be done. Let us know if you have any suggestions for how we can improve accessibility.
We also have the following accessibility tools:
- An accessibility widget, which you can access by clicking ‘screen reader’ at the bottom of the website
- A description of what we do and how the website works in Easy Read format.
- A ‘language’ button at the bottom of the website which links to ‘Google translate’.
- Printer icons on all content pages so you can easily print out information.
We also have a team of digital ambassadors who are trained up to visit organisations and groups and help them get online and use our websites.
We work in line with NHS England’s Accessible Information Standard, and will help wherever we can. For more information check out our terms and conditions.
Text Size / Zoom
To zoom in/out simply press the following keys at the same time:
- Ctrl + (Zoom in)
- Ctrl – (Zoom out)
- Ctrl 0 (Reset)
This site uses the following set of Access Keys:
- S – Skip navigation
- 1 – Homepage
- 2 – Sitemap
- 3 – Search
- 4 – Contact Us
- 5 – Access key Details
Access Keys or Accesskeys allow a computer user to immediately jump to a specific part of a web page via the keyboard, and are really useful for people who are blind, or who have motor disabilities or visual impairments.
Using Access Keys
This section details how Access Keys are implemented in various web browsers and operating systems.
- Chrome (PC): Alt + access key
- Chrome (Mac): CTRL + Alt + access key
- Firefox (PC) – Shift + Alt + access key
- Firefox (Mac): CTRL + access key
- Internet Explorer (PC) – Hold down the ALT key, press the number of the access key, release both keys then press ENTER
- Safari (PC): Alt + access key
- Sarafi (Mac): CTRL + Alt + access key