We are committed to making our website accessible and adaptable to as many users as possible.
We have an ongoing programme of assessing and correcting issues of accessibility, and are actively working towards meeting levels A and AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
If you find any accessibility barriers that affect your experience of the site, please let us know by contacting us at email@example.com .
Here is a general outline of the ways you can access our information.
- You can increase this website’s text size by pressing Ctrl and + (PC users) or Cmd and + (Mac users). To decrease the size use Ctrl and – or Cmd and –. To return to the default size use Ctrl and 0 or Cmd and 0.
- All photos and images have been “named tagged”, which means if you drag your mouse across them, a box will describe them for you.
If you have any difficulties accessing the website, need help with particular information, or even have suggestions for how we can make the site more accessible, please feel free to contact us directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Customizing your computer
To make your computer easier to use AbilityNet have created an online tutorial called ‘My Computer My Way’ that covers the following:
- Vision – help with seeing your screen
- Hearing – help with sounds and audio
- Motor – help with physically accessing keyboard and mouse difficulties
- Cognitive – help with reading, spelling and understanding
- For more information please visit www.abilitynet.org.uk/mcmw