We are committed to making sure everyone using this website can access the information on it.
The AbilityNet website gives guidance on adjusting your computer to meet your needs. This includes things like:
AbilityNet is a national charity that helps people who have a disability use computers and the internet.
Many documents on our website are PDFs. You can download PDFs using Adobe Acrobat Reader.
If you use screen reading software that is not compatible with Adobe Reader, you can download Adobe's free tool to convert PDF files to text which can be understood by most screen readers.
Our accessibility statement
This statement covers:
- accessibility standards we aim to meet on this website
- how you can tell us about any accessibility issues you find on this website.
We are committed to making this website as accessible as possible. We aim to meet Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 at the AA standard. WCAG guidelines are a worldwide standard aimed at making websites more user friendly for everyone.
This website has been built using code compliant with WCAG standards for HTML and CSS and displays correctly in current browsers. By using standards-compliant HTML/CSS code, any future browsers will also display it correctly.
Give your feedback
Whilst we aim to meet these standards, it is not always possible to do so in all areas of the website, and there may be times where we do not meet your expectations. If you have any accessibility issues with this website please let us know.
For information about how we support people who have a disability, impairment or sensory loss to fully understand the information we give them, read our information on the Accessible Information Standard.