This website has been made for users affected by dementia, Alzheimer’s or Cognitive and Learning Disabilities
If you have encountered an aspect of this website that you feel doesn’t work well for you, please could you check on another web browser (preferably on a different computer) before contacting us. Sometimes personal settings or web browser plugins can affect how the website show for individuals.
We are more than happy to upgrade anything you feel we have missed and could help other users. Contact us here and we will get in touch with out website designer.
Checked WCAG 2.0 (Level AA) using AChecker.
Checked by the web designer JV.
Known – and unavoidable – problems
A) Font Awesome uses “i” or “<i>” for their code. This is universal in web design and unavoidable. It naturally returns as an issue on AChecker (1).
B) Alt text for icons, functional or purely decorative aspects of this site: I have still added Alt text even if they are not required or duplicated on some pages. Some Alt text will naturally be duplicated without me knowing (1). This returns as an error on AChecker but could in fact be interpreted as incorrect/redundant. (2)
References and reasoning
- This site uses WordPress and some interactions with both WordPress, 3rd party plugins or editing can cause unforeseeable issues with this report. See A) above.
- W3 Alt decision tree
- Whilst every effort has been made to promote and maintain a high level of accessibility on our website, due to the amount of Editors, some aspects of the site will need revisiting regularly.
- This site will be routinely checked and fixed if appl.