Readability, text-only, text-to-speech and access keys.
We hope you find this website easy to read and use. If you have problems using the site, or would like to make any suggestions to improve the site's accessibility, please get in touch with us email@example.com
Large print, Braille, audio tape, audio CD or computer disc
This information can be made available in large print, Braille, on audio tape, audio CD or computer disc. If you, or someone you know, might benefit from this service, please use the details to the left of this page to contact us.
We have made every effort to ensure this web site is easily readable using 'plain English'. In addition, we have ensured that the design of this web site is not an obstacle to its usability and readability.
Access for visually and/or physically impaired visitors to our site
We have provided some facilities to make the web site more comfortable for you to use.
A text-only version provides a plain text alternative to every page on this web site
Text Relay (Type Talk) is a service run by the Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID). It is a telephone relay service which enables deaf, deafblind, deafened, hard of hearing and speech impaired people to communicate with hearing people by telephone.
A text-to-speech function called Dixerit Plus:
When you select "text-to-speech" or "listen to site" a Dixerit toolbar will appear at the top of your screen with the following functions:
Access keys letting you navigate around the site without using your mouse, as follows:
s skip navigation
t top of page
1 Home page
3 Site Map
0 This page
Note: To use access keys
For the Windows-based platform: if the browser is Netscape/Mozilla etc, hold down the 'Alt' key and press the assigned key on the keyboard; if the browser is Internet Explorer, do the same as for Netscape, but also press the 'enter' key to navigate to a page.
For the Macintosh platform, hold down the left-hand 'Control' and press the assigned key on the keyboard. (eg. Control-1 navigates to the home page.)