Accessibility

Welcome to the AT Dementia website which has advanced accessibility features making it easy to use for most visitors, including those using screen readers and screen magnifying software.

The AT Dementia website conforms to Priority Level 2 of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) provide Web Content Accessibility guidelines to assist web developers in creating accessible web pages.

In order to help you navigate round the site easily when using a screen reader, please note the following points.

  • This site uses CSS (cascading stylesheets) for the page layout although some tables have been used within the site for data presentation.
  • All our pages follow the same structure and layout for ease of use: Utility links such as Using this site, Sitemap, Font size and High contrast display option appear first followed by the website Search box.
  • This is followed by the Main Menu. Sub menus appear underneath the main menu heading when you are within a particular section. The main content is always located in the middle column.

Skip navigation

The following skip navs allow users with screen readers to bypass repeated content.

  • Go to Navigation
  • Go to Main Content

Using this site

For information on how to use other accessibility features on the website such as text sizing please go to the Using this Site section of this website.

If you have any difficulties using the website please let us know by outlining the nature of the problem and what you are using to access the webpage. Contact us via this form.

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