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WECIL is committed to providing a website that is accessible to as many users as possible - regardless of impairment or browsing technology.

This site aims to achieve overall compliance with the Web Accessibility Initiative's (WAI - AAA) guidelines.

Further accessibility options will be added as Create My Support Plan develops. If you would like to comment, or help us with this please contact us

Navigation Keys

This website has been built to allow easy access using either the keyboard or mouse. Keyboard commands are as follows:

  • Tab: move forwards through links/elements on any page
  • Shift Tab: move backwards through links/elements on any page
  • Return: Activate selected item on page
  • Backspace: Back to the previous page

For the benefit of users with screen readers a skip navigation facility has been provided on each page of this website.

Text Size

If you would like to change the text size used throughout this website, please use the Text Size buttons available on each page; these are located on the top right of each page directly above the main site navigation.

Alternatively, you can change the font size via your web browser's menu:

  • Internet Explorer users: go to View > Text Size
  • Chrome users: Click the Customise button> Zoom
  • Opera users: go to View > Zoom
  • Mozilla users: go to View > Increase Text Size

High Contrast

This site has been created to the best of our ability using high contrast colour combinations in line with WCAG 2.1 guidelines. If you'd like further High Contrast options, Google Chrome users can also download a free extension, which inverts the colour scheme of all webpages: Google Chrome High Contrast

Document Viewing

Documents stored on this website are available in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and Microsoft Word Document Format (DOC). These formats can be viewed using the following free software:

PDF: Adobe Acrobat Reader

DOC: Word viewer 2003

Internal and External Sites

Links found to internal pages of this website will open in the same window.

Links to external pages of this website will open in a new window.

W3C - Validation

This website is built using code compliant with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards for XHTML and Cascading Style Sheets. With style sheets disabled each page remains usable. The XHTML used to build this site is valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional. This means that a formal validation of the pages on this site was successfully performed.