AccessibilityAccess for all
I want you to enjoy using our website, and to be able to access the information you need quickly and easily. With this in mind, I’am continually working to update our website to make it as accessible as possible to everyone who uses it.
Following the launch of my website, I’am working towards achieving the AA accessibility standard, as laid out by W3C in their Web Accessibility Initiative. Achieving this standard would demonstrate that my website has a high level of accessibility for users.
When required I use PDF (Portable Document Format) documents on our website to make certain information available for you to download and view. PDFs are a common file format used on the internet. You will need the Adobe Acrobat reader in order to view them. If your computer doesn’t already have this installed you can download Acrobat Reader from the Adobe.
The accessibility of PDFs has improved in recent years for those using assistive technologies such as screen readers, navigation through the keyboard and enhanced screen viewing. You can find information about using these features on the Adobe website.
For detailed documentation and step-by-step guides to help you customise your particular web browser and computer setup, read the W3C Better Web Browsing guide.
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I appreciate your patience and support as I work towards the W3C AA accessibility standard. As I continue to improve the accessibility of our website, your feedback is vital. If you have any suggestions about how I can improve our website’s accessibility, or if you would like one of our publications in an alternative format, let me know.
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