The Public Health Agency is committed to ensuring the information on its websites is accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities.
We aim for a high level of usability for everyone across all of our websites, following best practice accessibility guidelines where possible.
Below is information about our websites, including ways to help increase accessibility for all our users.
Using our websites
Our websites are designed to meet accessibility standards as defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
Hearing our websites
Browsealoud is a software program that reads aloud web page and PDF document content. Once you download the free Browsealoud software onto your computer, place your mouse pointer over the text you wish to have read aloud and Browsealoud will do so. Browsealoud is available for both PC and Mac.
Changing the font size on our websites
You can change the text size in most browsers by holding the Ctrl (Cmd on Mac) key on your keyboard and using the plus and minus keys.
Navigating using keys
You can navigate around this website using the tab key on your keyboard.
At the Public Health Agency, we continually strive to develop our websites to ensure the best user experience. However, if you have any problems using this website, please contact us.