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We have tried to make www.rccp.co.uk accessible to all our users, regardless of disability.

We have made provision for visual, cognitive and mobility disabled users in the way we have built the website, and have included features to help users use the website in the most suitable way for them

Practical tips to help you use www.rccp.co.uk more easily
Accessible technology
If you're still having problems using www.rccp.co.uk

Practical Tips To Help You Use www.rccp.co.uk More Easily
Resizable Text

If you find the text on www.rccp.co.uk too small to read, you can use your web browser to increase the size to be more legible.

High Contrast View

You can enable the website's high contrast view feature if the colour contrast makes www.rccp.co.uk difficult to use. Click here to enable the high contrast feature. To return to the normal version of www.rccp.co.uk find the links at the top and foot of the site. You may find the high contrast feature useful if you are a user with limited vision, or have a condition such as epilepsy or dyslexia. Enabling this feature will provide a view with the following features:

Simplified Layout
Dark Page Background
Large High Contrast Text
No Animated Images

Screen Reader Software

Behind the scenes we've made sure our website is compatible with screen reader users. This allows users with no vision to navigate and use www.rccp.co.uk. For more information on screen reader software, visit our Accessible Technology section.

Browsing With The Keyboard

It is possible to use www.rccp.co.uk by using the keyboard, rather than a mouse or other pointing device. This can be done by using the TAB key to move forward through the links on the page, and Shift-TAB to move backwards. Pressing the Space Bar will select form elements such as tick boxes and pressing the Return key will activate any link you are focused on.

Accessible Technology

There are numerous computer products designed to make computers and software easier to use for disabled people, including screen reading software, larger keyboards and more. If you find a computer difficult to use, you may find some helpful information at the Direct Gov website.

If You Are Still Having Problems Using www.rccp.co.uk

Everyone using www.rccp.co.uk has different needs, and we are committed to ensuring that everyone can access and use the website. If you've tried the steps above and are still encountering problems with the site, we would like to hear from you. To contact us, please email rccpadmin@rccp.co.uk, with details of the problems you have encountered, and your preferred method of contact.
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