Our commitment to accessibility
Many people with disabilities, health conditions or impairments, or who are getting older, use sites differently. We take their needs into account in the way we use our words, our design, and our code. Using guidelines like WCAG and ISO 30071-1. Guided by accessibility experts and advice from people with disabilities. Our aim is to deliver everyday health with humanity. So we’ve made this site to be usable for everyone.
Adapt your experience to your needs
If you haven’t already customised your computer, phone, or tablet to your needs, you may not see it at its best. Want the text to be bigger? Want to change the colours? Want text on pages spoken to you? If you do, check out how to customise your device. Then come back, and you’ll find the site gives you what you need.
Please let us know if you have difficulties using this site
We've tried to make this site accessible for all. Tell us whenever we’ve missed that for you. You can use our General Enquiries form. Give us the details we need to work out what's wrong. And we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
Some of the things we’ve done to make the site accessible
We believe in going beyond standards and not letting technology complexity get in our way.
We’ve tried to make sure everything meets WCAG. We've listened to needs of neurodiverse people in the way we use our words and design, to celebrate, not alienate, difference. We’ve chosen photos so all people may see themselves represented on this site. We’ve used a font to make it easier for all to read.
Like most sites, we’ve used technology from many companies to make this site. We've required each to play their part, and make their bit accessible. So the whole thing can be a great experience for all.
Limitations of this site’s accessibility
We’ve tested the accessibility of this site with people with disabilities, health conditions and impairments, and accessibility experts. It’s close to our aim of WCAG 2.1 AA compliance. But there are still a few issues we’re working on improving over the next few months:
- All attached documents are being updated so that they are accessible to everyone
- Our General Enquiries form will have a dedicated area to tell us if we've missed anything