Accessibility

This website was constructed to guidelines recommended by NHS England's Accessible Information Standard and the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). 

We make every effort to make sure it can be easily accessed by all.

Modern web browsers can easily be configured to allow users to set-up their equipment to support their individual needs.  Instructions vary according to the operating system and web browser (EG Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox or Google Chrome). Please see below for a list of accessibility help for some of the most common operating systems and browsers:

Further information is also available on NHS choices: help with accessibility.

Accessibility Help

Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files

Some documents on our site may be in Adobe Portable Document Format. Adobe PDF documents allow us to provide you with reports, leaflets and other materials that maintain the attractive formatting and graphic images of the printed version without the time and cost of re-formatting as individual web pages.

To view Adobe PDF files

To open PDF documents, you will need to have Adobe Reader software installed on your computer. Download free Adobe Reader software

Adobe Reader Software

Accessibility tools for Adobe PDFs: Adobe have developed a number of ways to make PDF files accessible to those using screen readers. For more information, visit their Adobe accessibility page.

Adobe Accessibility