Navigating this website
There are various related links featured on pages of our website to help you find other information that you may be interested in. You can simply click on these to be directed to that content. Alternatively you can use the site map on our website to find information that you want quickly and easily. The link to the site map can be found at the bottom of each web page.
If you have difficulty using a mouse, you can scroll up and down pages using the arrows on your keyboard. Access keys are shortcuts programmed to navigate around the website. Hold down the “alt” key and type the required character to tell your browser where to go next. On some older browsers you may be required to press enter. On an Apple computer, use the “control” plus access key combination.
Reading PDF documents
Our website does contain PDF documents. You will need Adobe PDF reader to read these files and this software can be downloaded by clicking on Adobe and downloading the file. The download is 156 MB in size.
Our office locations are across the UK and you will see they are grouped into regions. Each location has an address and map that you can use to get directions.
Where can I find out more about using the Internet?
There are a variety of different ways to find out more about using the internet but one of the best sources of information is the BBC website, My Web My Way which provides more detailed advice and help for people with disabilities use the World Wide Web.
Font size and page contrast
There are various browser plugins that can offer support with accessibility however we recommend using Chrome for better compatibility. To increase font size, you can select the Ctrl key and roll the middle-mouse button in/out to increase/decrease magnification. To change contrast, try the Chrome plugins Midnight Lizard and Negative-Revert Web Colours.
These allow great flexibility in choosing colours and contrast options when viewing websites. If using Firefox, colours and contrasts can be directly altered in the browser settings in the ‘fonts and colours’ section.