NHS 1.1 Web Accessibility Statement
We are committed to making this website accessible and usable for everyone, including people with visual impairments and any other disabilities. The website has been developed and tested to conform to the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 to level AA standard.Browser compatibility
The site has been designed to work with the following browsers:
Customising your experience on this website
We have designed this website to be usable in its standard form, but depending on your personal requirements you may find it helpful to customise your computer to create a more accessible experience. You can do this by using the accessibility features of your browser and computer, or by installing assistive technologies. You can increase the font size on this website easily if required. You can change the font size in the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer by holding the ‘CTRL’ key and then clicking on the ‘+’ or ‘-‘ key to increase or decrease size accordingly. If you would like to make any other customisations to your computer for accessibility, we recommend you visit BBC My Web My Way for further information and guidance.
We welcome all constructive feedback on the accessibility and usability of this website. If you have any difficulties using this site or have any suggestions to help improve site accessibility, please email firstname.lastname@example.org