This section explains how we have tried to make this website accessible to all users.
The Trust’s website has a clear design that takes account of people with visual impairments.
The site can be translated into the five languages most commonly used in the local area.
We have attempted to use plain English throughout the site to increase accessibility. A list of abbreviations has been provided but if you find information that you don’t understand, or an abbreviation that has been missed, please let us know.
Many of our reports are currently only available as PDF (Portable Document Format) files. Find out more about PDF files and how to access them.
A toolbar is available at the top of each page to enable the font size to be increased or the background colour to be changed.
If you require a large print version of any information please contact PALS.
All relevant images have text descriptions explaining what the image is about. This description will displayed if you hover your cursor over the image.
To return to the Trust’s website after following an external link, use the back button.
Navigating without a mouse
- You may use the 'arrow' keys to scroll up and down a page
- You may also use the 'tab' key to move from one link to the next, in sequence, then press the 'return' or 'enter' key to select a link
- You may use the 'backspace' key to go back to the previous page
- Press 'Alt' and the corresponding key for a shortcut
S Skip Navigation
K Go to accessibility page