Assistive technologies can used by people with disabilities to help make life online a little easier.
Assistive technology comes in many different forms, including:
- Alternative keyboards
- Screen magnifiers
- Screen readers
- Speech recognition
- Scanning software
- Tabbing through structural elements
- Text browsers
- Voice browsers
Wherever possible, our web services are tested against as many types of assistive technologies as we can to make the pages as accessible as possible.
If you are unable to access any information using any assistive technology then please contact us and we will try to find an alternative way for you to access the information.