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Accessibility

This web site has been designed to work with the accessibility tools found within most modern browsers.  Please note these important tools:

To change text size in Internet Explorer, press Ctrl and the Plus symbol or Ctrl and the minus symbol.

To change text size in Chrome, press Ctrl and the Plus symbol or Ctrl and the minus symbol.

If you have any questions about the accessibility of this site, please contact us.

Access keys and shortcuts

This website uses the UK government access keys standard for websites. Access keys are keyboard shortcuts that allow you to go directly to specific parts of this site. They're very useful for anyone who doesn't use a pointing device, such as a mouse.

The access keys are:

  • Alt + N - Skip to main navigation
  • Alt + S - Skip navigation
  • Alt + 0 - Accessibility
  • Alt + 1 - Home
  • Alt + 2 - About Us
  • Alt + 3 - Maternity
  • Alt + 4 - Neonatal
  • Alt + 5 - Gynaecology
  • Alt + 6 - Children & Young People
  • Alt + 7 - Mental Health
  • Alt + 8 - Clinical
  • Alt + 9 - Community
  • Alt + 10 - Contact Us

The following browsers support access keys.

Google Chrome: hold down ALT and press the key.

Firefox hold down ALT and SHIFT keys and press the key.

Microsoft hold down ALT, press the key and then press ENTER.

Opera hold down SHIFT and ESC keys, press the key and then press ENTER.

Safari on Windows hold down ALT and press the key.

Macintosh users (incl. Safari): hold down CTRL and press the key.

Translate information on this website

You can translate health information on the Improving Me website using an online translator. Although online translators can accurately translate individual words and phrases, they may not always be able to interpret the meaning of larger or more complex pieces of information.

Both Google and Bing offer translation services which can be found here: