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Accessibility Statement

We try to make our website easy to use for everyone. This page tells you about the tools that are available to help you get the best experience from our website. We are always looking for ways to make our service easier to use. If you have ideas about this, or would like to be involved in testing out new content or features please get in touch *Click Here*.

Easy Read

We aim to make all of the content on our site easy to read. We use plain English and avoid using technical terms, abbreviations or jargon. When we do use terms which may not be easy to understand, we include an explanation in plain English in brackets, e.g. consultant (senior doctor).

Accessible Formats 

All our pages are easy to print. Just select the icon on the right-hand side of the screen to download and print a PDF document.

Visual Communication 

We use icons, images, videos and colour coding on our website to help illustrate the text.

Text to Voice 

You can hear the text on our site being read out loud by using our read speaker function, ReciteMe. To activate the toolbar to use this function, click on the icon on the right-hand side on the page. 

Larger Text Size 

If you need to make the text on the page larger, you can do this by clicking the ‘A’ icon at the top of the page.

Translation 

You can easily translate all content on our site to a different language by using the translate button. 

Need More Help?

If you are not able to access the resources on Just One Norfolk, you can contact us for further support.
The BBC has produced a series of accessibility guides on how to change your computer and browser settings to make websites more accessible for you. To find them *Click Here*
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