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Accessibility2019-02-28T15:48:06+00:00

Accessibility

NHS Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Clinical Commissioning Group (HMR CCG) is committed to making its website accessible and easy to use for everyone.

We welcome all constructive feedback about the usability and accessibility of this website. If you have any comments, experience any difficulty accessing this website, would like any text or documents on this website in another format, or have any extra communications needs, please contact the Communications and Engagement Team by phone on 01706 652853 or email hmrcommunications@nhs.net.

Changing the way web pages are displayed

Some website users may benefit from customising their computer to suit their own requirements, for example changing the text size or colour, or the colour of the background.

Almost all browsers enable you to change the way web pages are displayed. Ability.net’s My Computer, My Way website includes guides showing how you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible for you.

Using a keyboard to navigate this website

This website has been designed to be navigable using a keyboard:

  • Tab: move to the next interactive item (such as link, button, input)
  • Shift+Tab: move to the previous interactive action
  • Arrow keys (up,down,left,right): navigate within the page content
  • Enter: interact with items on the page

Listen to this website with Readspeaker

This website has been designed with a Readspeaker Listen function which allows text on the website to be read aloud to users.
To listen to content, click the Listen button to listen to the webpage’s content:

With Readspeaker you can pause, fast forward, rewind and stop the reading; adjust the volume; download the audio file.

In the settings menu you can customise the player to meet your needs, for example text size and highlighting and reading speed.

Document downloads

We aim to provide all information as web pages where possible. Sometimes we give information in other formats including PDFs and Word documents. Most computers already have the software to open these document formats.

Some PDF files may still not be fully accessible such as older PDF files and those containing complex statistics and data tables.

If you have problems accessing any content in a PDF or Word file, please contact hmrcommunications@nhs.net

Plain English

The language on this site is easy to understand and concise and, where used, abbreviations, technical terms and acronyms are explained.

Information in other languages and formats

If you require any part of this website’s content in another language or format, please contact hmrcommunications@nhs.net