We are always looking for ways to make our website as accessible as possible for all users of the trust and we have taken steps to ensure that the core of this site is as accessible as possible to all.
In this section, you can read more about:
Accessible Information Standard
Since 1st August 2016, all NHS organisations have been legally required to follow the Accessible Information Standard (AIS).
The standard aims to make sure that people who have a disability, impairment or sensory loss are provided with information that they can easily read or understand and with support so they can communicate effectively with health and social care services.
In the spirit of the AIS, The Trust is committed towards meeting the information and communication support needs of disabled people, improving outcomes and experiences and providing safer and more personalised care and services.
The core of this website is designed to be accessible to all however there are some known limitations beyond our control.
This site is designed to work on modern browsers and mobile devices. Users using older versions of Internet Explorer in particular are encouraged where possible to upgrade their browser to Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. This will ensure that the site displays as close to it's intended functionality as possible, minimising display errors and also allowing the responsive components of the website to work as intended.
If you have any feedback regarding accessibility or any suggestions for improvement then please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Increasing the size of your text
The simplest way to increase the size of your text within your browser is by zooming into the webpage.
For Windows users this is normally done by pressing both CTRL & + at the same time, CTRL & - will reduce the text size. Mac users will be able to do this with CMD & + and CMD & - to reduce the text size.
We have included the Browsealoud service to our website to assist users with with reading and translating our website.
To start click the Orange Browsealoud icon that appears in the bottom of your screen. The first icon "Hover to speak text" will then read out the websites text when you hover over the bit you would like to have read.
Your feedback regarding our website and its accessibility is very important to us.
If you do have any feedback regarding accessibility or any suggestions for improvement then please email email@example.com.