Accessibility

The BBC's accessibility website My Web, My Way explains how you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the internet more accessible for you.

Text size

You can change the size of the text on our site by clicking on the A-, A, A+ at the top right of the page. 

'Listen' to our website with BrowseAloud

Need help reading our website?  

We have added the world-leading digital inclusion software, Browsealoud, to our website - making our content more accessible with reading and translation support.

Try it out - it’s free!

Click on the Browsealoud launchpad that appears at the top right of your screen to launch the support toolbar.  Then simply click on any text to hear it read out loud.

How does Browsealoud help?

Browsealoud offers a host of reading and translation support - helping you to access and understand our website better.  

  • text-to-speech: click on or select any text to hear it read aloud

  • translation: written and spoken translations in multiple languages

  • text magnification: enlarges text and reads it out loud

  • mp3 generation: converts selected text into an MP3 audio file

  • screen mask: blocks distractions on screen with a tinted mask

  • web page simplifer: removes clutter from the screen, displaying only the main text

  • settings: customise options to suit individual needs or preferences

All the features are accessed from an easy-to-use, floating toolbar - allowing you to drag and drop it anywhere on screen.  

 

Need support?

Visit support.texthelp.com, the dedicated support portal from Texthelp - the makers of Browsealoud.

INTRAN

We work with INTRAN to ensure that all our communications are accessible to our diverse population.

INTRAN is the multi-agency Interpreting and Translation Partnership available for West Norfolk and the Eastern Region of England.  It is run jointly by a group of public agencies including local authorities, police, primary care trusts, hospitals, housing associations, educational and voluntary sector agencies. It is non-profit making and fully financed by its partners, who contribute to the cost of running and developing the service. Through INTRAN, partners promote actively the concept of "Communication for All" by making communication central to the way they work, and by seeking to put Public Service Interpreting the centre of policy-making and of service delivery.

The service provided through INTRAN is a fully co-ordinated Interpreting and Translation service for users and providers of services to the general public.  INTRAN provides written translations, telephone interpreting, face-to-face interpreting (into a foreign language or British Sign Language), and lipspeaking. Additional services such as Braille and audio translations are also available.

Go to the INTRAN website 

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