What is accessibility?
In the context of this policy, accessibility is a measure of the ease with which users can access the same information irrespective of their disabled status and the nature of their disability.
How do Pathways make their website accessible?
Pathways seek to make their website accessible in many ways, encompassing the following:
- Using well contrasting colours for text and backgrounds that allow for the most ease in reading text.
- An easy-to-navigate and visual layout for our website.
- A responsive design that changes according to the device the website is being viewed on.
- Reasonable spacing between lines of text.
What to do if you notice an accessibility issue
If you notice any accessibility issues with our site, please contact us to let us know the nature of the issue so that we may make any necessary adjustments if needed.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an internationally active organisation who establish a set of voluntary standards and guidelines for the web. Pathways use the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines as a guide for our own accessibility provision on our website.