We are committed to making our website accessible to all of our visitors. We aim to meet the "triple-A" level of accessibility under the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines published by the World Wide Web Consortium.
If you find that the text on our site appears either too large or too small, you can adjust it through your web browser controls or the text resizing tool at the top right hand corner of the page.
You can change text size using your browser.
- In Internet Explorer, go to 'view', 'text size'. Select the text size you require.
- In Firefox, go to 'view', 'text size'. You can increase or decrease the text size as required.
- In Safari, hold down the command key (Apple key) and select '+' to increase the text size or '-' to decrease the text size.
- In Google Chrome hold down 'Ctrl' and then '+' to zoom in or 'Ctrl' and '-' to zoom out.
You can change the text size using the text resize tool.
Simply click on one of the smaller 'a' to reduce the text size or the largest one to increase it.
If you find text difficult to read on a light background you can click on the 'Contrast' link. This will change the text to white and the background black. To revert to the standard format simply click once again on the 'Contrast' link.
You may wish to choose the 'text only' option if you are having difficulty viewing our website in its standard form. Simply click on the 'text only' link to toggle between standard and text only formats.
Our site is built to work with up to date versions of all popular web browsers.
Many publications are available for you to download from our site for future viewing and printing.
To view and print Portable Document Format (PDF) files, you need the free Adobe Reader software. If you don't have Adobe Reader already, you can download it from www.adobe.com . Follow the link titled 'Get Adobe Reader'.
All our PDF files should work with version 7.0 of Adobe Acrobat Reader and newer.
We aim to provide alternative formats for all our content where practicable and necessary. If you require content in another format such as Easy Read or large print, please email email@example.com.
Adobe also provide advice for visually impaired users at access.adobe.com.
You can view and print Microsoft Word files from Microsoft Word itself or several other word processing packages. Microsoft offer the free Microsoft Word Viewer as a download for Windows users that don't have a suitable word processor. The viewer is available from the Office section of www.microsoft.com.
Links to other sites outside the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman website will open in a new window and will be denoted with the following icon - .
Most of our videos on this site are provided with transcripts where possible and use YouTube's subtitling features. To turn the accessibility options on or off, or to modify the settings for subtitles click on the subtitles icon shown second from the left in the picture and choose settings if you want to change the type, size, colour or background of the subtitles.
Further help using this site
If you have any difficulties using our website – or have any suggestions for improvements – please email the firstname.lastname@example.org.