This website has been built to be viewed in a 1024 X 768 screen resolution, which is a standard screen resolution for most of our target audience.
The site should be viewable by all the major browsers including Internet Explorer IE6.0 and above, Mozilla Firefox 2.0 and above, Google Chrome 2.0 Safari, and Opera 9.0 and above.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the website is fully responsive and easy to use for visitors who choose to view the website via a mobile or tablet device.
The site has been developed to be as accessible to as wide an audience as possible and we have designed the site to meet W3C WAI AA standards of accessibility and according to NHS Guidelines.
You should be able to view the site in alternative text sizes and colours and we recommend you do this via your browser. The option to do this via our website is available in the top left hand navigation on our home page.
The site also offers a Browsealoud function. Browsealoud is a speech enabling program that makes web content more accessible to visually impaired users and users who may have difficulty reading. This means that all of our web pages are now available in audio form.
All you have to do to is to download the free Browsealoud program from the Browsealoud website (https://www.texthelp.com/en-gb/products/browsealoud/). You will then be able to hear the words on the screen by placing your mouse cursor over the text you want to hear.
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