About Accessibility

If you encounter any accessibility issues with this website, please let us know at info@colourmedia.co.uk.

Please note that we cannot guarantee the accessibility of third party websites, documents and multimedia content that we may link to.

What is accessibility and why does it matter?

To be accessible the Bay Hospitals Charity website must be as easy to use and understand for as many visitors as possible. This website complies with the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C’s) Level AA guidelines for accessibility and we are committed to maintaining and improving the accessibility of our site.

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Text size

Can I change the font size used on the website?

Yes. This may be useful for you if you have low vision and need larger font sizes.

At the top of every page of the website is the ability to enlarge the font size. Simply click onto the ‘A’ icons. Alternatively you can Zoom in and out of a website.

Keyboard shortcuts: You can also use the zoom controls without a mouse. Press and hold Ctrl while pressing + to zoom in, to zoom out, or 0 to reset.

Keyboard navigation

Do I have to use a mouse to navigate the Bay Hospitals Charity website?

No. Use your arrow keys to scroll up or down the page. You can use your Tab key to move between links, and press Return or Enter to select one. To go back to the previous page, use the Backspace key.

PDF accessibility

We try to make sure that PDF documents on the Bay Hospitals Charity website are as accessible as possible.  If you are having problems accessing a particular document, please let us know at charity@mbht.nhs.uk.

Downloading documents

What formats are downloadable documents provided in?

Downloadable documents on the Bay Hospitals Charity site are provided in a variety of formats. The most common are PDF, Word and Excel. If you require a document in an alternative format, please contact us at charity@mbht.nhs.uk.

What if I don’t have the software to open the document?

Most computers already have the software to open these document formats. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader (for reading PDFs), it is available from the Adobe site.

Last updated: 11/01/2017