Accessibility

Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust has ensured that all pages of this website meet NHS guidelines. The site uses agreed fonts and font sizes and is built using cascading style sheets. Our accessibility policy is to meet recognised international standards for accessibility to ensure people with disabilities can get the same level of use as people without a disability.

If you notice any issues or have problems using any part of our site please let the web team know so that we can investigate the problem.

Access keys

Access keys are keyboard shortcuts, and help users who have difficulty using pointing devices such as a mouse. Below is a description of the access keys that are used on this site:

s - skip navigation/skip to content

1 - home

3 - sitemap

8 - terms and conditions

9 - feedback

Use the access keys as shortcuts by holding down the alt key and the letter/number at the same time, then press the enter or return key.

Plain English

It is our policy to provide information on this website in plain English. If you discover any text that you don't think is well written and easy to understand, please let us know.

Increasing the font size

You can do this in your browser:

  • Internet Explorer - choose the drop down menu at the top of the window of the browser marked 'View'. A list of options will appear in the drop down menu - choose text size and select your preference
  • Firefox - choose the drop down menu at the top of the window of the browser marked 'View'. A list of options will appear in the drop down menu - choose 'zoom' and then 'zoom in'

PDF documents

PDF documents included in this website are available in an alternative format such as plain text or Word. If you require this please fill in our feedback form to request it.