Header elements are used to guide page structure.
Web pages can be viewed at a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels.
We have used a style sheet and relative font sizes on all text, with the exception of graphical text.
You can alter the size of text either by using the website's font size controls or the "view" option in your browser.
Images conveying important information have alternative text. Where the images are purely decorative, the alternative text will be left blank.
A site map provides information about the website's layout.
You can read PDF documents with a screen reader and access other useful tools and resources by linking to the Access Adobe website. Adobe also has an online conversion tool for PDFs.
The standard support browser versions are:
For further information
Visit the RNIB Web Access Centre to find out more about web accessibility
Obtain a copy of the screen reader JAWS
Get in touch
If you any questions or comments about accessing the website please contact firstname.lastname@example.org