We have put accessibility as one of the highest priorities while developing this website, manual and automatics checks of both content and markup have been used to make sure they are accessible.
We have tried our best to conform to both W3C and WCAG 2.0 guidelines, but where content has been generated via partners or linked sites this may not be possible. By following W3C standards and testing in all modern browsers we know you will get the best experience from our website.
Below is some advice which may help you to view or navigate our webpages.
Viewing Our Website
To help people with visual impairments we have included a handy tool at the top of every page to increase or decrease the main page font size. The tool looks like this A- | A+
If after using this option you are still having trouble viewing this website we would recommend the use of software called BrowseAloud that can be downloaded and installed to your computer. The software can then be used not just on the Healthy Stockport website but other websites and with other applications on your computer.
You can download BrowseAloud here.
Changing Your Computer Settings
Your computer provides a whole host of options to help you browse the internet, for help finding these options and how to set them the BBC have produced a fantastic website called My Web My Way that can be found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/, it has comprehensive and up-to date information for your computer.