Accessibility

Our website is made to be accessible from a range of web browsers, (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari etc) running on computers and handheld devices (smart phones, tablets etc).

If you have difficulty reading text on screen, or just prefer to listen, try clicking the 'Listen' link on the pages and 'Heather' our virtual presenter will read the pages out for you.

Text resizing and colour

If you find the text too small to read or the contrast/colour on web pages unclear there are different ways you can change how you view the website. You can change settings on your web browser to improve readability of websites.

Please visit the BBC website 'My web my way' for suggestions and instructions on changing your browser settings.

Dementia friendly?

We appreciate that the website could be more dementia friendly and easier to use. We are currently working on a more dementia friendly, easy read, version. If you have any particular problems reading or navigating the website please get in touch with us at info@alzscot.org as your experience can help us improve design.

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