GV Health is committed to ensuring that the information on this website is available to the widest possible audience. Every effort has been made to comply with W3C (World-Wide Web Consortium) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
We are continually reviewing, testing and improving the accessibility of our site and welcome your questions and suggestions. If any part of this website does not meet your accessibility needs, please Contact Us and we will attempt to rectify the problem, and provide you with the information you require in a format that suits your needs.
Accessibility features of this site include:
- Clear navigation, including meaningful headings and links
- A range of menu structures to assist in browsing the site
- A range of search tools including – A-Z Index, Quick Links, general search option
- Improved Service Directories, with information within the web page, rather than as an attached document.
- Easy-to-read colours and white space to enhance readability
- Colour testing the site design for sufficient contrast
- Simple and clear naming of images, graphics and documents for easy reference
- Different text sizes
- A text equivalent for all non-text objects, such as images and video
- Use of headings and labels on tables so that assistive technologies can read the information
- All pages can be printed using your browser’s print function, and
- Tab key navigation as an alternative to a mouse: press the TAB key to move forward to the next feature, or press SHIFT and the TAB key to move back to the previous feature.
- Note: Unless you change the default settings in the Safari browser, you will need to press Option and the TAB key to move through each link on the page.
GV Health makes publications available in alternative formats such as CD, large print, Plain English, or Braille or audio, upon request.
If you are deaf, or have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, Please contact us through the National Relay Service