We aim to provide the best experience to all our users irrespective of their disability and ensure that whatever device or technology they’re using, our content is always available.
We aspire to meet the accessibility standards set out by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) – the internationally recognised standard produced by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). We are working towards compliance with all WAI priority one checkpoints.
We also aim to test on a range of popular current devices (mobile and tablet – portrait and landscape) across various mobile platforms and browsers.
We endeavour to make its website compatible with all browsers. However, if you are using an older browser, you may see inconsistencies in the presentation of pages. It may help you to download a newer version of a browser to improve your general Internet experience.
Navigating our website
Our websites contain many links to useful information which are coloured to make them easily noticeable. Links to non-Welbeing websites and downloadable files such as PDF and MS Word .doc will open in new windows. For non-mouse users and those that use screen readers, our website pages can be accessed using your standard keyboard shortcuts and links are made as descriptive as possible.