We are committed to making our online services as accessible as possible to all members of society, in line with the current Equalities Act.
Four main groups of people can find websites difficult to use, these are:
- People with sensory impairment, for example; partial or complete blindness, colour blindness or deafness.
- People with other disabilities, for example; arthritis, which makes it difficult to use a mouse or other pointing devise.
- People with special educational needs who may find lengthy or complicated websites hard to use.
- People without access to the latest specification, computer hardware or software.
Below you will find details of what we have done to help improve access to our website.