The internet can be a great enabler and source of freedom and ability for disabled audiences. However, the usefulness of the internet to disabled users, and to aging users, depends on its accessibility.

For the visually impaired, deaf/hard of hearing people and those with motor or cognitive disabilities, we aim to ensure that their needs are addressed when viewing this web site.

If you have any questions about the accessibility of this website, please get in contact with us.

  • Text Resizing

  • In most modern web browsers you can resize HTML text. To do so please follow these simple guides:
  • Please note that some text on this site may be displayed as images and as a result will not resize. However for the most part all main content text is resizable by our users. In addition, every area of the site is accessible through resizable text links at the bottom of each page
  • Internet Explorer for PC only

  • Open the ‘View’ menu with the mouse or by pressing ‘Alt + V’.
  • Select the ‘Text Size’ option with the mouse or by pressing ‘X’.
  • Choose your preferred text size with the mouse or by using the up and down arrow keys and pressing ‘Enter’ or by clicking on it.
  • The text on our website should now have changed to reflect your choice.
  • Firefox for PC and Mac

  • Open the ‘View’ menu with the mouse, then go to ‘Text Size’.
  • Select the options to ‘Increase’ or ‘Decrease’ the text size.
  • Alternatively, increase or decrease text size by simply pressing ‘ctrl’ and ‘+’ or ‘-’ for PC, or ‘option’ and ‘+’ or ‘-’ for Mac.
  • The text on our website will change to reflect your choice.
  • Safari for PC and Mac

  • Open the ‘View’ menu with the mouse and select the options to ‘Make Text Bigger’ or ‘Make Text Smaller’.
  • Alternatively, increase or decrease text size by simply pressing ‘ctrl’ and ‘+’ or ‘-’ for PC, or ‘option’ and ‘+’ or ‘-’ for Mac.
  • The text on our website will change to reflect your choice.