We have tried to make the DeafInfo site accessible to all.
Many pages include both text in English and video clips in BSL.
Users can skip straight to the content rather than having to wade through the navigation on every page.
The main section headings can all be 'clicked-on' by using a keystroke (the section's first letter - d, p,s, h, and r). The exact keystroke will depend on your browser.
The site is built using css which makes the site more accessible for screen-readers and other devices.
We will continue to improve the access features of the site. If you have any particular requests then please e-mail.