This website has been developed in accordance with Web Content Accessibility guidelines set out by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).  For more information on these guidelines please visit: http://www.w3.org/WAI/intro/wcag.php

To help anyone using screen readers or other assistive technologies, we have designed the site to allow simple access to all information.

Links are provided with descriptive text to ensure they are understandable if read in isolation.  JavaScript is used extensively in the site. However all pages and content items are accessible without requiring the use of JavaScript.  Keyboard access is provided for forms by using the tab key.  We have avoided any flashing elements on our site.  Labels or instructions have been provided for user input fields, as well as Alt Tags that support screen readers.

Finally, there are no timing limits when viewing content or inputting information.