We are fully committed to making these web pages available to as many people as possible, and removing barriers that prevent users from using our website.
Accessibility on the site is guided by the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
This central site is intended to meet at least level 2 (AA) of the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), and as far as possible to meet level 3 (AAA).
Through taking this approach we hope to make our site as inclusive as possible, and also to comply with UK legislation including the Disability Discrimination Act (1995) as amended by the Special Education Needs and Disability Act (2001), which states that it is an offence to discriminate against a disabled person by treating him or her less favourably than others for a reason relating to their disability.
Discrimination can also occur where an institution fails to make a ‘reasonable adjustment’ where the disabled person is placed at a ‘substantial disadvantage’ in comparison with someone who is not disabled and such failure cannot be ‘justified’.
Maintaining an accessible site is an ongoing process and we welcome any feedback that will help us improve accessibility on the website. If you have any comments or are experiencing any difficulties you can contact us:
- by email email@example.com
- by telephone 028 90897796
If you find the text on our website difficult to read, you can change text size using your browser.
- In Internet Explorer, click on ‘Tools’ and then ‘Zoom’.
- In Firefox, go to ‘View’, ‘Text size’. You can increase or decrease the text size as required.
- In Safari, hold down the command key (Apple key) and select ‘+’ to increase the text size or ‘-‘ to decrease the text size.
- In Google Chrome click on the three dots at the top right of the screen and choose ‘Zoom’.
Further help about how to make our website easier to use can be obtained from the My Computer My Way website at https://mcmw.abilitynet.org.uk/