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We want our website to be accessible to everyone. We try to ensure it is easy to find your way around and the text is written in plain English.

The design and layout of this site takes into account the needs of visually impaired users. It is also compatible with a wide range of screen reading software and can be navigated using just a keyboard.

In terms of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) compliance, the HTML on this website conforms to WAI AA rating.

Listen to this website

You can listen to this website by downloading a free tool called Browsealoud onto your computer. This tool will read out website content. This service is useful for people:

  • with low literacy and reading skills
  • who speak English as a second language
  • with dyslexia
  • with mild visual impairment

Download a copy of this software from the Browsealoud website

Using your keyboard

Find out you can make your computer and the Internet suit you and your needs on the My Computer, My Way website.


Where possible, we try to provide downloadable documents in PDF format.

To view these documents, you may need a free download of Adobe Acrobat.

Finding information

You can view a list of all the pages on this website to help you find the information you require by using the site map.

  1. University of Cambridge
  2. Big Lottery Fund
  3. Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities
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