This section of the website contains information on the accessibility of our web and print. Wherever possible we are committed to making all our methods of communication as accessible to as many people as possible.
Changing the text size and font colour
The 'accessibility strip' at the top of every page is designed to help site visitors with visual impairments. This section allows you to change text size and font colour.
Accessibility standards on the AET website
The site has been designed to comply wherever possible with Level AA conformance of the W3C's WAI accessibility guidelines and in accordance with RNIB recommendations. This section tells you about the accessibility standards on the AET website.
Get our website read aloud
Our website is speech-enabled, meaning it can be read aloud to you.
'Easy read' information
Read or download NAS easy read information about autism, and related issues, here. Useful for those whose first language is not English, who may have a learning difficulty, or who would like simplified information to use.
When you hover your mouse over a word, a list of symbols that illustrate the possible meanings of the word appears. Find out more about Widgit Point.