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Accessibility

About accessibility

Please note that we cannot guarantee the accessibility of websites, documents and other digital content that we may link to. This website aims to reach AA standard in line with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.0.

Although we’ve made efforts to cover a wide range of issues, we understand that we may not be able to address the needs of people with all types and combinations of disability. If you do encounter any difficulties using the site, then please let us know.

Read this guide from AbilityNet (https://mcmw.abilitynet.org.uk/) on how to adjust your computer and browser according to your needs, such as for sight or hearing problems.

It covers how to make the text larger in different browsers, change your keyboard or mouse settings, or increase colour contrast. AbilityNet is a national charity that helps disabled adults and children to use computers and the internet.

Translate information on this website

You can translate health information on this website using an online translator, such as Google Translate (https://translate.google.com/) Although online translators can accurately translate individual words and phrases, they may not always be able to interpret the meaning of larger or more complex pieces of information.

You can also visit the NHS website to find out more about health resources in other languages. (https://www.nhs.uk/accessibility/health-information-in-other-languages/)