Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of making websites usable for people of all abilities and disabilities. It aims to cater for users with auditory, speech, mobility, visual, cognitive or neurological disabilities, although websites adhering to the relevant guidelines are easier to read and edit for everyone.
We endeavor to meet the AA accessibility guidelines, as defined by the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). If you do encounter any problems accessing information on our site, please contact us for assistance.
Amending Text Size and Screen Resolution
Text size controls vary depending on which browser you use. Instructions on how to change the text size for the most commonly used web browsers are as follows:
Another method for altering the size of your display is by changing your screen resolution:
Color controls will vary depending on which browser you use. Instructions on how to change the text size for the most commonly used web browsers are as follows:
Changing Mouse Speed and Controls
If you are using a Microsoft Windows computer, you are able to change how the mouse buttons work, change how the mouse pointer looks, change how the mouse pointer works, and change how the mouse wheel works (if applicable).
To change your mouse options for:
If you are using an Apple Mac, information/instructions about how to change your mouse settings can be found on Apple's Accessibility page.
Word Document and PDF Accessibility
This site contains files in both the Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word format. These may require you to use the relevant viewers/readers to access them. Links to the relevant programs, available for download, are below: