In keeping with our obligations under the DDA (Disability Discrimination Act), we will try to ensure that our website is accessible to people who have visual, hearing, motor or cognitive impairments. We are currently in the process of improving our accessibility throughout our new website.
Making our website accessible to all is important to us and we will try and ensure that it is usable with a broad range of operating systems, browsers, and specialist assistive technologies.
As a standard, we employ all the following methods to ensure our site is accessible to as many people as possible:
To find out more about making your computer more accessible and easy to use, have a look at AbilityNet’s website. They have a range of tips and suggestions relating to accessibility issues.
If there is an instance when our site does not meet the need of a specific disabled user group we will make changes to our current content, wherever appropriate, so that we can become more inclusive to a wider audience. Please contact us if this is the case at firstname.lastname@example.org.